Monday, May 15, 2017

Bark is worse than bite?

It's been a while since we heard from Tian Chua who has been fined RM3000 for insulting a policeman in 2014. That cop should be thankful he wasn't bitten wakakaka.

for police, the bite is worse than the barkfor him, alas, the bark is worse than the bite

But unless Tian Chua can get that court ruling overturned he's finished for the next election (GE-14).

He has been an overenthusiastic campaigner for PAS and Pribumi, but now PAS said it will contest in Tian's seat of Batu as well as Nurrul Izzah's seat of Lembah Pantain, proving that treacherous PAS ta'ada perasaan hutang budi, wakakaka.

PAS ta'erti pantun atas, olih karena belajar di bahasa arab saje, wakakaka 

PAS commissioner, Mohamad Noor Mohamad, said PAS aims to attract Muslim votes in constituencies which hitherto enjoyed PAS support in accordance with the now dead ‘tahaluf siyasi’ (political cooperation). The one with PKR has just been terminated.

By the by, there are 11 parliamentary constituencies in the FT area, in addition to one each in Putrajaya and Labuan, but PAS holds none, wakakaka. It failed to win any of them in the last general election in May 2013.

If PAS complete in Lembah Pantai, then poor Nurul Izzah may be in trouble as she only defeated two other contenders in 2013 with a majority of 1,847 votes. Of the 72,396 registered voters there, she obtained 31,008 votes, compared with BN candidate Raja Nong Chik Zainal Abidin’s 29,161 and independent Rusli Baba’s 167.

In Batu, the ferocious police-biting hero of PKR, Tian Chua was more powerful, winning four others with a majority of 13,284 votes.

Of the 85,402 registered voters, he amassed 41,672 votes. Unless he gets the fine for "barking" at a policeman overturned or reduced he won't be able to defend Batu, thus proving the old adage that a dog's "bark could well be worse than its bite".

Batu seems to be a nice spot for the DAP, wakakaka.

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