The lucky 13

The Prime Minister’s lucky number is said to be 13.

So, it was no surprised that Parliament was dissolved on 13th February 2008.

Malaysiakini ‘s latest news reported that the polling day is now fixed on 8th March 2008. Nomination is on February 24th, so the campaign period is again 13 days.

This election is going to be tougher than the last one in 2004. Whether the lucky number can help to bring in more votes and seats remain to be seen.

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. humbleforest
    Feb 14, 2008 @ 23:45:26

    Election fever has finally arrived. so citizens, loyal
    to the country, please vote rightly the person
    who is to be trusted and have full responsibility
    to assist you when you are in a crossroad.

    Everyone needs a change of good governance.
    Let’s see how this wind of change blows.
    See it can carry with it the air of non-corruption,
    non-greediness, non-egoism, fair and honest
    management, harmonisation of various religious
    understanding, transparency in the treasury and
    other fields, not so many taxes, be humble and
    mix freely around with the masses to hear their views and so on and so on.
    If this wind carries with it the impurities of this
    stale air then the voters themselves have to be blamed.
    Do not let any ruling power be too strong. It might go out of balance.
    Vote with wisdom and not blindly.
    Hope to have a clean and honest administration
    of a respectable country for a long time.

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  2. monsterball
    Feb 16, 2008 @ 12:16:48

    I am going to vote for my freedom of speech….not to be treated like an animal with tears gas and water cannons….doing a protest march.
    I am voting for Malays..to have freedom of religion…..real free and easy and let everyone use their hearts…not to be control by politicians.
    I am going to vote for the young generation….to have self confidence and not to hero worship a crook…..like a film star…..and change mind sets to be truthful and hard working Malaysians.
    And many more…..especially the change of the police and judicial people…to do their job professionally….or be booted out!!
    Few law makers should be debarred and put to jail too.
    I am voting to show any government….who is the boss…..to them!!!

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  3. humbleforest
    Feb 16, 2008 @ 22:02:15

    Win or lose one has to face
    Overall it is the public’s decision
    Road to victory in fairness and humbleness
    Longing to serve wholeheartedly
    and impartially
    Dedicate with full responsibility

    Parliament to be run by clean and
    open-minded elected
    representatives.
    Equality is needed for all races truthfully.
    Above the law everyone is strictly
    prohibited.
    Constitutions are performed in fairness
    and in line with Morality.
    Ever a country lives Peacefully and
    Harmoniously lies on her Leadership
    with honesty and justice.

    ” Lead a good example to the World for World
    Peace is everyone’s sincere responsibility. ”

    ” Globalise as a One Big Family ” if possible.

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  4. VJ
    Feb 18, 2008 @ 17:30:46

    In multinational companies what happens if the CEO failed to yield favoured results ? The board of directors (BOD) will kick him/her out .
    The people should act like BOD . Sadly it happens in many western countries but not Malaysia. Here the ruling politicians will give the order whom to vote and the people (not all) will just follow .

    To be bold , i’ll NOT vote for BN ! And i’ll make sure 100% compliance among my relations , frenz ….etc .

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  5. jeff
    Feb 19, 2008 @ 13:28:29

    i vote for capable candidate who is sincere n hardworking in serving my community ,it doesn’t matter which party he or she belongs,whether Malay, Chinese or Indian or ” Angmo, “those are not relevant.

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  6. humbleforest
    Feb 21, 2008 @ 16:42:28

    The Moral values of the World have dropped tremendously because the World has filled with..

    * people who are power greedy
    * people who are position crazy
    * people who are wealth hungry
    * pretenders who are controlling the majority
    * perverters who are fact twisting
    * instigators who are causing segregation and
    disharmony
    * people who are like puppets hanging on a string

    These are people who are possessive and pathetic
    and who practise partiality and prejudices.
    So be aware and careful, they maybe next to you.

    Always have a heart of Universal Love and
    Compassion. Be fair, humble and sincere to your circle of friends and ” enemies “. Then you will have no fear of losing or winning your seat.

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