Thursday, April 17, 2014

Should Khalid Ibrahim Step Down?

Should Khalid Ibrahim step down as the Mentri Besar of Selangor?

The answer it seems, is not just blowing in the wind but more like written on the wall.

Of course, if you were Khalid Ibrahim, you would take blowing in the wind and not be Belshazzar.

Sorry Khalid, you have overstayed your welcome.

Most of us supported you because we just wanted a change from the years of DUMBno arrogance and mismanagement of Bolehland's richest state.

You have turned the state's finances around but what is 2 billion Ringgit surplus if all that we can be proud of is a surplus but little going on that is making the lives of the anak Selangor any the easier?

We still see roads with potholes here and there. Street lights dead on us when they should be alighted guiding our way and not being the cause of accidents.

What did you do the first thing after turning the state's finances around?

You gave yourself and the state exco and assembly persons hefty increases in your stipends and allowances.

What have you done to resolve the water woes that are making the lives of us Selangorians miserable?

We have to suffer the indignity of your baffling two days on and two days off water rationing exercise that really doesn't make any sense to us.

Why was it that after years of unsuccessfully trying to buy out the water concessionaires you were suddenly in a hurry to sign the MOU with the Federal Government only after you had been sued for the recovery of a loan by a bank?

And why was it done with such apparent alacrity and in such a secrecy that everybody seems to be in the dark about the terms?

And why are you so in the way of stepping down even though your own party has accused you of not showing the leadership that was expected of you in the 'Allah' and seizure of bibles issue?

It is well to know when you have overstayed your welcome and not behave like the DUMBno guys who think that power and position are their eternal birth rights.

Because the only rights of birth are the rights to life, food and shelter.

And the right to dignity.

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