|Soon Li Tsin and Francis Paul | May 1, 08 11:29am|
Gerakan’s hopes in reclaiming power in their stronghold state of Penang could well be over if the new Pakatan Rakyat government performs, said Gerakan advisor Dr Lim Keng Yaik.
"However, if Pakatan can perform better than us previously, then we can kiss our hopes goodbye.
Disappointed old man
His animated answers became emotive when asked why he was so critical of former Gerakan deputy decretary-general Lee Kah Choon leaving the party and working for the Penang state government.
Thursday, May 1, 2008
Another fella just woke up
Tsk Tsk Tsk! I am sure many of BN leaders who lost the elections have not been very honest. When they were in the government, they speak less but told the general public that they speak from within. Now the truth is out...read this and tell me what you think? I am sure that he has also woken up to the fact that the alternative mass media like Malaysiakini has indeed done more harm than good - according to him. I say Dr Lim - Please lar ... people are tired with the Star and NST. That is why Malaysiakini helps to put the truth out. If winning the election means putting out truths and this is not the style of those within BN, I say - don't run the country. Let Pakatan do the job.