MP (Tawau) Chua Boon Sui confirmed what I have been stating all along, that Anwar couldn’t even get the two SAPP lawmakers across to the PKR, let alone 30 BN MPs.
Chua, returning after being away for ‘back pain’, said: "The objective has never been (a crossover). I have no idea why people keep planting that. I've never thought of it before and it was never brought up in the party. This is very new to me."
Anwar’s man man lai boast will indeed be very man man lai.
He is now desperate, and frantic to have some defections to boost his wild claims. If not defections, then perhaps some distractions or ‘declarations’?
Or, perhaps a 'debate'? Nah, 'denied' - wakakaka
But really, his wild boast has been always what it was, a mere wild (hopeful) boast.
He must undoubtedly have love it when people make statements like, “Anwar is the verge of being the PM, for the second time …”, though how people can make that sort of equally wild conclusion defies my most liberal consideration. Crazy!
I wonder whether Anwar is a man given to pantan (taboo)?
Last night at his Kelana Jaya Protes rally, a member of the band playing on stage in the stadium mooned the crowd, and was nearly bashed up for his cheekiness (pun not intended).
But according to Chinese beliefs, the mooning could be real sial.
True enough, Aussie PM Rudd decides against meeting Anwar when he arrives in Malaysia on Thursday after the G8 meeting in Tokyo. Rudd must have felt it would be too controversial to meet a man like Anwar who has openly advocated party defections by elected representatives.
It's a terrible international setback for poor Anwar, but no worries, there's still the Turkish Embassy.
... speaking of which ... others have expressed concerns for still missing Balasubramaniam Perumal and family. I wonder whether the great Anwar even has Bala fleetingly in his consideration after the latter had released his original Statutory Declaration?