Friday, May 10, 2013

Is Nazri Making Fun Of Najib?

Is Nazri trying to make fun of Najib when he suggested that perhaps Barisan's name be changed to "1Malaysia" to regain the trust of the people?

1Malaysia has long been a crippled child when Najib failed to adequately protect the poor sod soon after the Pm gave birth to it.

That name will even hasten the demise of BeEnd.

As it is now, BeEnd claims the government on a minority vote. And that too, on the back of what many see as a stolen GE13. At least, the 100,000 plus at the Kelana Jaya stadium rally thought so.

I have always thought that in a democracy, the voice of the majority is king, not a poor bridesmaid.

But what do we know.

In BolehLand, the real can become the unreal. And the unreal the real.

Which befits its name. "Boleh" means "can" So, what is impossible?

Well, it seems that the impossible is this impossible quote from the handsome Bollywood star

Voters from the age of 50 and below, they don't understand what BN is all about anymore, so we have to change

They do, Mr Bollywood.

To them, BeEnd (BN) stands for arrogance and corruption and many more unpalatable things.

A 56 year old dinosaur that ought to be sent back to the Jurrasic Age where it rightly belongs.

Why, may your humble servant suggest a new name for BeEnd that might ring a bell?

"Dodo Baru" ("New Dodo")

Nice initials too - "DB" Sounds like a doctor of something.

How's that?

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