Samy Vellu said 'a man only dies once; a coward dies many times...'.
I guess that's why we got so many cowards in politics, so many liars in business.
If the crocodile dies twice (i remember reading this book), our politicians must have many life to spare should they fumble in one.
The rally organised by the opposition in Kelana Jaya to voice out protest against the hike in oil prices was smeared by an 'almost striking' episode when a male artiste tried to pull down his jeans.
Days earlier, Balasubramanian who made 2 statutory declarations about Datuk Seri Najib's involvement in Altantuya murder case, disappeared with his wife and 3 kids. This prompted Bukit Aman to seek Interpol's assistance to locate him.
Either they went into hiding or someone was hiding them, its not important. A coward like him may as well dont show up in public again.
And then in Kuantan, Najib himself 'swear in God's name that me and wife Rosmah have nothing to do with Altantuya...'
God's name... I believe its worse than making a statutory declaration, dont you readers think so?
On the same day, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi made a call to Malaysians to unite and stay focus on the nation's development programme, instead of listening to rumours and slanderous materials.
Yesterday, Tun Dr Mahathir wrote in his blog that Anwar Ibrahim was the playmaker for all political dramas in the country. While Anwar's RM100 million suit against him was still pending, the former premier said Anwar created such a scenario for his own political reasons.
A lot of drama; so many players. A good history for our next generation's future reference.
Sooner or later, we will have a porno artiste winning her first parliamentary seat... or an ex-convict for rape becoming a home minister (must he be bald?)