Friday, September 26, 2014

Is There A Future For Pakatan?

The dust has not settled, even though a new MB has been installed.

Nobody is happy.

Not PKR, for having its nominated choice of MB turned down on its head.

Not Pas too (I guess), the partner who is better described as the enemy within the coalition, acting inimically the way they did in the whole run up.

Nor DAP, who probably wondered why they had bothered.

Neither thinking Bolehlanders, who feel that they, the law and the constitution are the real losers.

The outcome of the MB saga is not exactly one anyone who is concerned about where Selangor specifically and the country generally, are heading to.

If the people's votes can't carry their voice, what future democracy?

The scene is now too poisoned for the coalition partners to work well together anymore as the state government.

Voters have lost trust in their elected leaders to stand by their own convictions, let alone to stand by the voters' hope.

Pakatan as it is currently constituted with Pas around, has shown itself to be unable to work as a cohesive unit.

HOW COULD THE RAKYAT TRUST THAT THE COALITION WILL BE ABLE TO DO WHAT WE EXPECT THEM TO DO WERE THEY TO GAIN PUTRAJAYA?

Pakatan should stop trying to fool themselves that they are the viable alternative to the the long and debilitating years of dUMNo hegemony that Bolehlanders are looking for.

If Pakatan wants to remain relevant and believable, it should tell Pas to leave the coalition and go fly kite.

Otherwise, stop dreaming!

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