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Thursday, 17 November 2011

An abundance of Nitwits.



Dear GOD…why do you make these Barisan Nasional politicians not to very bright? Why? Are you tormenting us for having elected them into government in the first place? Or is this your way of reminding us NOT to vote them into government again?

Dear GOD please give us a sign…any sign to tell us what you want us to do! But please Dear GOD not the kind of sign that will cost our country hundreds of millions of Ringgits – like this National Feedlot Corporation Sdn Bhd (NFC) debacle. Maybe Sharizat has Menerung but we rakyat sedang termenung! 

Why are these BN leaders so oblivious to the things that they should really not be doing : i.e.

A fixation on all things that money can buy them? Not their money but OUR money!

A fascination for all things that power can bring – another wife, mistress, girlfriends – an aphrodisiac that seems they need more of as they grow older!

The tendency to presume and assume that WE owe them a living – and what a living! Mansions of gargantuan proportions, living in splendid and ostentatious exile with their plunders from government contracts  - they spend as if money was going out of style – and the Mother of them – Rosmah herself. Truly for once Saddam Hussein use of the word “Mother” is Rosmah personified! 

And the sum of it all qualifies one to be Barisan Nasional  Minister or a BN supporter? Is that why there is an abundance of nitwits in the cabinet and in Barsian Nasional?

Their best are Najib, Mahyuddin, Mahathir, that Din guy from the Rumah Ministry, Taib Mahmud…..and the list goes on and on and on.

And their worst ditto!

We need Barisan Nasional like we would need a boil on that part of the body where the sun does not shine!

4 comments:

  1. Its the 50% rule, always teach your subordinates only 50% of what you know so they cannot be better than you, so probably they are at the 6.25% or loweer now

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  2. "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent." - Albert Einstein

    "In a hierarchy, every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence." - L J Peter, The Peter Principle, 1969

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  3. Hussein, wish to draw your attention to a comment at I was broke, but I didn't quit PKR for money

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    malayamuda for that I salute DSAI, betrayed by old friends and new friends. Attacked front , side and also back. Shamed, dragged thru dirt, family dragged thru dirt, punched, kicked and spat on.............but still he stands firmly where he is in Pakatan. Anyone of us, so broken, would have surrendered a long long time ago, and re joined UMNO !

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  4. walking here with a smile. take care.. have a nice day ~ =D

    Regards,
    http://www.lonelyreload.com (A Growing Teenager Diary) ..

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