|I support Khalid but hubby doesn't and I'm a good Muslim wife lah
apa saya bolih buat?
Some claimed she suffered a reduced majority compared to that of the last PKR candidate, Lee Chin Cheh, who enjoyed a majority of 6,800 plus, while some claimed it might have been less in numbers but effectively it has been an increase in percentage terms (from Lee's 57% to Dr Wan's 59%).
In the immortal words of Dr M, a majority of just one is still a victory to relish, wakakaka. And indeed Dr Wan Azizah believes so, and has heaved a big sigh of relief, claiming the 'Kajang Move' has been a success.
Of course I had termed that unnecessary resignation of the ADUN-ship by Lee Chin Cheh, as the Kajang Betrayal but since Dr Wan Azizah is now the victorious ADUN, she certainly has a right to termed her victory as a success for the 'Kajang Move'.
But pray tell me, what was/is the objective of the 'Kajang Move', caused by a resignation of a PKR candidate from an already won constituency to force a by-election to be re-won by a new PKR candidate?
What has been achieved by PKR in the re-winning of Kajang in real terms, so much so that Dr Wan has termed it (the Kajang Move) a success?
Yes, Yang Berhormat Datin Dr Wan Azizah, please explain to us the 'success' of PKR's 'Kajang Move' or what the 'Kajang Move' was to achieve?
Has it been to remove Khalid Ibrahim as Menteri Besar of Selangor?
Has it been to propel Pakatan to Putrajaya a la the 916 scam (to subvert the supremacy of the 2008 ballot box), though I'm still confused by how PKR re-winning a state seat which in the first place it already had in its hands can help Pakatan on its way to Putrajaya?
|if only AAB was as gullible as he was sleepy
Or has it been to stop the sky from falling down as was warned by Mr Henny-Penny? Mind you, Mr Henny-Penny had specifically qualified the 'Kajang Move' as dependent on the very person of Anwar Ibrahim winning the Kajang by-election, but we note that though he wasn't 'available' to stand as the candidate in the by-election and thus unable to achieve the ADUN-ship, yet ... yet ... yes, yet the sky hasn't fallen down ... not yet anyway, wakakaka.
Let's leave those PKR wonders with the so-called success of their 'Kajang Move' (whatever it had been for) and also whether Khalid Ibrahim will be ousted soon to allow Dr Wan to become MB, where then there'll most likely be a man behind the woman MB, and also most likely too, the man behind the woman MB will also have a man (a dwarfish one, wakakaka) behind him, wakakaka.
Lots of being behind someone, wakakaka. But if I have confused you thoroughly, what I imagine has been that if Dr Wan becomes the MB of Selangor, there'll be a man (hubby Anwar Ibrahim) behind her (if this is what she meant by the 'Kajang Move' has been a success) and also right behind Anwar will be a man (the Dökkálfar Dwarf ), wakakaka. Quite unlike UMNO where there's a woman behind a man, wakakaka.
We're of course assuming she'll be able to overcome her dilemma, as I've posted two days ago in The Dilemma of Dr Wan Azizah.
Anyway, the annoying thing about the Kajang by-election for probably Dr Mahathir and his rightwing cohorts in UMNO has been the voting outcome in terms of the racial support for each candidate.
Gasp gawd omigosh, unbelievable as it might have been, it seems the majority of Chinese in Kajang have voted for a Malay candidate rather than a Chinese candidate.
Alamak, apa lagi Cina mahu? An Indian candidate before they would vote for the Chinese candidate? Wakakaka.
In fact I would say Kajang was specially selected for the forced by-election for its 41% Chinese voters, because PKR must have felt more secure with a decent bloc of reliable Chinese votes, wakakaka.
Ironically Kajang with its registered voters made up of 48% Malays, 41% Chinese and 10% Indians has the racial mix that Dr Mahathir in his PM days had wanted because with such a racial spread he could then rely on the Chinese to opt for BN rather than PAS, and for the Malays to reject DAP, wakakaka, and Kajang was gnam gnam such a constituency, this one albeit at state level.
So those damn bloody Chinese have been the trouble-makers again, wakakaka!
|wrong, in Malaysian elections they f**king are