Sunday, June 24, 2012
Pakatan's 3 bad values
He said the opposition resented the many assistance to the people given by Barisan Nasional (BN) and asked them not to repay loans which must (compulsory) be paid according to Islamic teachings.
"Barisan Nasional can ensure a bright future for Malaysians especially those in Selangor. I believe that BN can capture Kuala Langat parliamentary seat," he said when launching the national 'Ku Sihat Pemulihan Dalam Komuniti' (PDK) programme in Kg Sungai Bumbun, Kuala Langat yesterday.
NOTE: That was very sharp, Mr Prime Minister. You should have included how the Pakatan leaders are also not practicing their much enchanted 'free Press' in Penang, preying on taxpayers in Selangor and playing God for the Muslims.
I wonder how our students, especially the Malays, can pursue higher education without PTPTN study loan. When the Opposition asked for free education, we may wonder why did their leaders send their kids to study abroad... is it for free?
And of course, promises are meant to be broken. They made many empty ones, notably to the rakyat of Kelantan for better living standard and more jobs.
As the Opposition, they will shoot down everything BN does, including in helping the poor and disabled. To them, Pakatan is perfect, so perfect that they are now at odds over seats allocation for the next general election.
While the Opposition parties in other countries play a constructive role, ours are very, very destructive!