Saturday, April 27, 2013

Pas Should Blardy Shut Up On Hudud!

Pas should blardy shut up on hudud!

You blockheads are giving the Devil just the right silver bullet to shoot down Pakatan!

Do not become swollen-headed and arrogant.

Don't for even a moment think that Putrajaya is now safely in your palms.

There are still 8 days left to polling day - you guys think that by insistently blaring aloud on hudud you will win over more votes?

Please (if you are smart instead of being just arrogant and dense, stupid lah!) think again.

We support Pakatan because we have no choice.

Many of us are not enamoured with hudud - and I dare say, a sizable number of Malays too who, for obvious reasons, won't say this out loud.

It is so easy for me to give my vote to Barisan.

And even easier to get our relatives and our extended families and even persuade friends and their circles to cast our and their votes for the Devil we know (Mahathir, the old devil, may be right, after all!)

After all, we have waited so long for a meaningful change.

We did wait all these years just for hudud.

What is waiting for another 5 or 10 years?

We are already going bankrupt, what difference will it make waiting for another 5 or 10 years?

I have never heard a more inane deduction than that DAP's willingness to contest under your party symbol in the exigency of the case, equated to their endorsement of hudud.

Now, that was a lot of farting that Malaysians who are looking forward to a meaningful change for the better can do much without!

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