For Pakatan Harapan; It’s All Fun and Games!

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For the opposition (Pakatan Harapan)… It’s all just fun and games!

In Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak Blog, he pointed he pointed out the opposition’s (Pakatan Harapan) lack of maturity when they walked out halfway through the reading of the budget.  He (Datuk Salleh) raised the question; why must everything be made into a circus?  (here)

The opposition walkout halfway during the budget reading was the first time they (Pakatan Harapan displayed such lack of respect for the rakyat.

I am certain that many of you still remember the same lack of maturity on display at the 2015 budget reading.  (here)

The rakyat expects more from people in office than the type of behavior which Pakatan Ha displayed in parliament.  The budget that was being presented was for the people.  Therefore the opposition (Pakatan Harapan) had a responsibility to stay, listen and debate the budget if need be on behalf of their constituency.

How can they honestly say that the budget is feasible or not, if they do not listen in order to evaluate it!

Malaysians elect MPs so that they (elected officials) can serve the people.   Seeing them walk out proves that Pakatan Harapan is only seeking to serve their own interest and further their own agenda; why else would they plan and stage a walkout.

While no one likes to see children act this way; we nevertheless can expect it.  It is when adults carry out the same childish behavior that you almost find yourself looking around for their milk and cookies.

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Just look again at the photo above as well as the others you have seen; the expressions on their (Pakatan Harapan) faces is like children at play.  They have lost sight that they were elected to work for the rakyat and play adolescent games!

Pakatan Harapan’s antics during last year and this year’s budget reading further shows why they are rapidly losing the little credibility they had  (here)

It seems that the circumference of what Pakatan can offer the rakyat consists of placards and walking out.  When a child carries out such behavior, it is not uncommon for parents to give the misbehaving child or children a time out.

Timeout (also known as social exclusion) is a form of behavioral modification that involves temporarily separating a child from an environment where unacceptable behavior occurred.

Since the opposition (Pakatan Harapan) has shown that they prefer to behave like children in the way they have disrespected the rakyat by walking out midway through the budget reading; Malaysians should give them (opposition) what they deserve during GE14; and what they deserve is a Time Out!

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