Thursday, August 13, 2015

Is It A Good Idea To Get The Pm To Step Down Now?

Many Bolehanders want the Pm to step down. But is the idea to get Ah Jib to step down now as the Pm a good one?

Though most Bolehlanders  want the Pm to step down for someone else to take over, it may be a better idea to just let Ah Jib stay on as the Pm until the coming general
election in 2 years or so.

If someone else from dUMNo takes over from the Pm now he will have to, and likely will put on a big show to convince Bolehlanders that he is serious about tackling the issue of corruption by arresting some big fish and bringing them to court.

Knowing Bolehlanders, I will wager that that would be sufficient to convince enough voters to return dUMNo & Co back to power in Ge14.

Once dUMNo & Co are back in power, the court cases will be allowed to fizzle out just like what had happened when Pak Lah first took over from Mahathir.

Then dUMNo & Co will be back to their merry old ways -  their politics and culture of patronage and entitlement will see a repeat of what has been playing out all the years since Mahathir's tenure.

Only that there won't be enough left to go around this time.

By the time everyone grabs his share, there might not be anything left to save Bolehland from.

However, with Ah Jib still around as the Pm until the next general election, and things only getting worse and more miserable for everyone, there is the hope that Bolehlanders will finally wake up from their miserable slumber to consign dUMNo & Co  to the dustbin of history by voting them out.

Anything less, and Bolehlanders will only be burying themselves.

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