We have these aplenty since the tenure of the man who thinks he is still the Pm and they have made life more difficult and expensive for us long suffering Bolehlanders.
The expressways, especially the urban ones, have choked traffic in places instead of dispersing it and made us pay for the right to get from point A to point B.
What we need is a change of government, with a leader who is able to be a
One who is able to bring the country together, instead of talking expansively on it. One short on slogans but long on performance.
One able to cut the back of corruption, corrupt practices and crony capitalism that have cost the nation dear and that result in Bolehland being one of the countries in the world with some of the highest illicit annual outflows of funds.
One who can rein in the perennial runaway budgets and stop the over spending year upon year that has resulted in a burgeoning sovereign debt that threatens to bankrupt the nation and unravel everything for us.
One whose grasp and understanding of economics does not consist of off-budget shenanigans that cloud the truth and further threaten to aggravate the sovereign debt and make a mockery of the national budget and accountability.
One who is able to restore the nation's faith in the judiciary and other public institutions, including the police department, the AG's chambers, the Election Commission, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission and even the ROS.
One who is not afraid of or easily offended by criticisms and open debate. One who believes in a free press and freedom of expression and speech and assembly.
One who is confident in himself and his ability to lead fairly and impartially. One who is not even afraid of being kicked out of office.
The road to a dysfunctional administration and nation started with the tenure of the man who thinks he is still the Pm, when dissent was suppressed and institutions were cowed and the emphasis was on enriching and empowering the elite in the name of affirmative action while the rest supposed to be affirmed have to rely on band aids and handouts like Ah Jib Kor's BR1M that leave them more like beggars than owners.
What we need is a much needed change of government.
Unfortunately, that looks more like a pipe dream now, with the disruptive Pas still a member of the opposition coalition.