Wednesday, September 7, 2011

There can only be one PM in Malaysia

It's good to have a confident woman that knows what she wants and go through all lengths to get it. Though sometimes there have to be some boundaries and do not overstep limits.

I mean we do need to have good women to be role models. Surely a husband has his roles and a wife has her roles. Do not try to take over the roles.

Beating around the bush is never a good thing. When you have something to say, just say it.

So, I'm just going to say this. I think that UMNO is going down. And it's because of someone that most of the people don't like, and that same someone is someone most people in UMNO dislike as well. Though it's obvious the opposition don't like that person too.

Though maybe most of us won't mention that person by name, the person whose name should not be mention does exist and we know who that is.

If before this, the son in law was the true one administering the country with the father in law being his puppet, well now ... The general election 2008 was the results of people hating what was happening then.

You can't have your cake and it eat too. To cut to the chase, there can only be one Prime Minister in the country.

The people have to respect the Prime Minister. And if they felt he can't even control the mrs, do you think he's going to get the respect he deserve?

Too many cooks spoil the broth. It's the same as finding Anwar Al Jub's doppelganger and winning the luxury car offered by businessman Mr Zamil Ibrahim (I hope he's not related whatsoever to Anwar Ibrahim wal Juburi) to prove that there is someone out there who looks like that homo.

At least Al Jub's not afraid of his other half. But nobody will respect a PM who is both a gay and a sex maniac too. Now his is a good wife. She does not steal his husband's thunder.

Oh by the way. Did you guys watch the RTM1 news at 12:30AM a few nights ago? I was so surprised to see a wife on her own wishing Malaysians Selamat Hari Raya.

That never happened before during the previous PM's administration. Now the question is, who is the PM now? I am sure that the majority of the people be it from UMNO itself or the opposition are sick to the stomach of what is happening!!!

If UMNO falls next year, it's because someone else is the PM just like during K.J's reign during Pak Lah's administration.

A leader should definitely have a T.B. syndrome. Try to guess what T.B. syndrome is?