|Ah Moi's and Ah Chai's|
Ah Jib Gor wants you, wakakaka
Hmmm, I wonder why!
Note I didn't place a question mark at the end of above sentence, wakakaka.
By the by, a University of Malaya's Centre of Democracy and Election survey released in January showed that first-time voters, who form 30% of the total 13.3 million voters, and that's 4 million gorgeous votes, will likely be the kingmakers in GE-13.
And gasp gulp omigosh, the Chinese represent the bulk of the new
fence-sitters as-yet uncommitted voters, meaning they would be undoubtedly and eagerly woo-ed by both
BN and PR
But more frighteningly, such woo-ing of the new kingmakers, the majority of whom are Chinese, will drive Dr Mahathir more mad, and may affect his problematic heart - problematic physiologically and emotionally.
Aiyah, you know how he feels and has warned about Chinese controlling the country, wakakaka.
|Najib, lu jaga sikit lah|
Ni China asking for too much lah
But a drawback on the BN's non-UMNO side is that there is hardly anyone as good or charismatic as Khairy Jamaludin, wakakaka – so we are told by a senior BN person.
Alamak, this is going to hurt the feelings of a Gerakan bloke up north who has been virtually making noise just to get everyone’s attention, wakakaka.
Hint – he’s Chinese and a desperate wannabe, wakakaka.
But what about Gerakan’s Baljit Singh who I notice has come up with decent comments from time to time, and more importantly, in a civil manner too.
Anyway, recognizing there'll be more Chinese than Sikhs among the new voters, wakakaka, the senior BN person said: “We need a strong Chinese leader, a Youth leader that the Chinese can idolise. BN is currently looking for that.”
Tolong lah, we don't want to IDOLIZE anyone lah because we'll end up like mindless moronic Myrmidons, wakakaka - but then, I suppose that's what politicians want ;-)
However, in the event they can’t find a “strong Chinese leader” to appeal to the youths, Ibdil Ishak, BN Youth national secretary, said (as reported by TMI): “… the wing was confident it could bank on Khairy’s progressive and multi-racial appeal to entice Chinese youth into voting BN back into power.”
A fallback option, so to speak.
“He is popular among the Chinese and Indian youth. You can see they love him if you gauge the response of those who attend his programmes. That is why you see his programmes are made under the BN banner and not Umno.”
|Hmmm, leng chai may attract some Chinese girls|
Ibdil's assumption, or if you like, presumption wakakaka, is based on a Merdeka Center survey of first-time voters which showed non-Malays were ready to be represented by someone of another race, in contrast to three-quarters of the Malay voters, who probably must have been brainwashed by Dr M and his Perkasa, wakakaka.
But then, I recall that when another 'charismatic' bloke wakakaka made appearances at some by-elections campaign for PAS etc, while he attracted huge crowds, the by-election results didn't reflect his star appeal.
Political observers attributed the huge crowd being attracted only to the entertainment value he provided, wakakaka.
This was true in the days (1963/64 when Singapore was part of Malaysia) when Lee Kuan Yew campaigned for his PAP in Penang. He attracted humongous crowds but after the entertainment or curiosity appeal he provided, the Penangites went away to vote for other parties. His PAP campaign in Penang proved to be an equally humongous flop.
|Super star Tony Leung touted to play Lee Kuan Yew|
in a new Singapore film on the island's independence
Hmmm, if LKY had looked as leng chai as Tony in 1963/4
his PAP might would have won Penang by a landslide, wakakaka
So, I would advise BN not to count too much on Khairy to attract the new non-Malay voters on just his so-called leadership or star appeal.