i'm glad it's all over - the election.
i have no rights to make any cynical remarks, assumptions, comments or anything with regards to the process and be it the result. i'm not a registered voter, which after today, after i woke up, i realized i really need to register and play my role in the next five year election.. hmmm..
my personal opinion was me expecting the government to change. the pr's wave were strong, and i was surprised they didn't made it to putrajaya.
but on the other hand, perhaps the elected bn government who is obviously not blind or deaf can see and hear that how desperately everybody, especially the youngsters, hunger for a better change. yup, we want fuel to be reduced, minus off the tolls, free education please.. if the pr believe this is achievable, am sure the bn could work something out right away, and not to wait at the eleventh hour and splurge all the money to everyone and thinking they bought everyone like they did!
again, and again, i'm in no position in talking about the election.
but i can't resist..
the pr have all the right to baffle on the phantom voters, on the blackout tragedy, on the undi pos, on the early voters, on the not-so-indelible-ink..
bn should stop the old tricks and starts for a better change for real.
cume satu je nak peringatkan diri ini: sumber dari thestar.com.my: bn 133 seats, pr 87 (dap 38: pkr 28: pas 21) ..