Monday, August 11, 2014

Now That Khalid Is Sacked, Pas Should Be Told To Leave Pakatan Or Be Expelled Too

Now that Khalid has been sacked from PKR, Pas should be told to leave if they can't, don't want to or are unwilling to cooperate with its partners in the coalition.

Khalid has lost all respect and credibility.

He should for once behave like a man and not go crying to the palace like a shameless cry baby.

This potato obviously doesn't care a hoot for anyone except for wanting to cling to the MB post.

Why does he think that the post is his personal fiefdom?

In politics, if you can't toe the party line, you get out. It is as simple as that.

Khalid's obstinacy only rises question as to his motives and suspicion that it all has a lot to do with the multi million Ringgit bank suit against him.

PKR should sooner decide to proceed with a vote of no confidence in the State Assembly against Khalid and risk a snap election.

That is not so bad than to prolong the matter of a recalcitrant MB, one who only listens to himself.

Infinitely not so bad.

But, Pas should also be told to leave the coalition or be expelled from it.

PKR and DAP could go it alone.

In fact, they would stand a better chance than with Pas around.

Not many voters are enamoured wth the Islamic party and I dare say that many of the votes that went to it in the past were largely because of PKR and DAP in the coalition.

Pas can join up with dUMNo like they had twice in the past and be played out and jilted once again.

Rome was not built in a day.

The road to Putrajaya might take a little longer.

At least though, the chance of that happening will be brighter without Pas in the picture.

The question is whether PKR has the wisdom or the guts to tell Pas enough is enough.

Like they finally did to Khalid.

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