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Even the Third Force can't save MCA
Published:  Oct 8, 2009 11:53 PM
Updated: Oct 9, 2009 2:58 AM

vox populi small thumbnail 'Ong Tee Keat always says that Chinese issues have often been discussed within four walls and not in the open. Yet nothing comes out good.'

MCA: 'Third force' wants to be kingmaker

Azmil Tayeb: Even though both Ong Tee Keat and Chua Soi Lek step down giving way to the ‘Third Force' leadership, the MCA is still not going to get full Chinese support in the next general elections.

Chinese welfare has been neglected by the MCA a long time ago and Chinese rights have been eroded too.

The ‘towkay' outlook of MCA looks after the rich and themselves only. Anti-Chinese racial outbursts have not been handled well at all by the MCA.

Ong always says that Chinese issues have often been discussed within four walls and not in the open. Yet nothing comes out good.

Ong has been lying for his own selfish comfort. The only way to redeem MCA is for it to quit BN and join forces with Pakatan Rakyat.

Gk: Whichever force wins, MCA is gone. Representation politics is not the way to go for Malaysia.

Vote for multiracial politics, this is the way to go. Say ‘no' to racial politics. Another option for MCA central delegates, boycott the EGM, abstain from voting.

SunShine1 : Third force, whatever force it may be, may the force be with them all the way - to hell that is.

All politicians (with a few exceptions) are corrupt. Looking for a clean politician is like looking for a virgin prostitute (no offence meant to prostitutes).

Politicians are worse, selling their soul to the highest bidder, the devil himself.

Shoplot Tamil school gets land for own building

Kanesin SVS Sappania Pillay: Yes, we need more by-elections so that the Indians can at least get proper schools after 52 years.

Let's thank Pakatan Rakyat and make Pakatan stronger so that the BN can provide basic amenities to the Indians.

Dr Dog: Dr S Subramaniam, what a shame! The DPM throws you a bone after not feeding you for three years.

And you go to him with your tail between your legs. It is the duty of the government of the day to provide education - without us begging.

Ranjit Singh: Yes, Dr Subra, I agree with you. The same RM100 million figure would be repeated 10 times and flashed in all the media for a period of years.

Then PM Najib Razak would officiate another function and present a mock cheque for RM100 million.

Six months later, DPM Muhyiddin Yassin would present another mock cheque for RM80 million being part of the same RM100 million and the cheating carries on.

Umno is the master cheat aided and abetted by MIC, MCA and Gerakan. They are the ‘mandors' of Umno. Can someone sack the mandors in Pakatan?

Survey: Najib's popularity drops

Truth: I feel Prime Minister Najib Razak is doing a much better job than Pak Lah (Abdullah Ahmad Badawi). I don't think any other leader is able to garner more support than Najib.

I hope that Najib will make further changes and improve further the lives of the rakyat.

Lim Chong Leong: It is very doubtful that Najib Razak had a 65 percent popularity to start with in June, simply because of a cheap slogan and his visit to Batu Caves.

With his poor track record against corruption and MACC's inaction against corrupt Umno warlords seemingly stemming from his granting them immunity, this would be the first factor to not like him.

Then comes his shallow talk about unity and multi-culturalism while his minister would defend the cow-head protestors .

It is very curious really how he got 65 percent or the reduced 56 percent.