The DAP-led opposition is starting to feel the heat and summer hasn’t even arrived.
March is not half way through and yet one could almost sense that Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition is starting to feel the pressure of not only having a viable Prime Minister candidate, but also because they do not have not nor have they in any sense of the word articulated a clear policy for the nation.
And no, scraping the GST does not count as an innovative policy; doing so would only be measure to temporarily placate the public.
Like their invisible choice for Prime Minister, the DAP-led opposition would also like to give the impression that they will a plan for the nation only after they are voted into to office.
The problem with that is, once in office they will come up with multiple excuses to why they cannot implement any of their programs.
In doing so they would claim that they present government is responsible for there being no funds available to accomplish their plans.
With policy to speak of, it appears to some that all Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition wants is to first get voted in and figure the rest out while on the job.
However the drawback to that thinking is Malaysians do not want their leaders getting on the job training (OJT) at their expense; Malaysians want continuity and experience
The only experience that the DAP-led opposition seems to offer is their experience in opposing and fabricating. Those are the traits that opposition has plenty, which is precisely why they failed to have any victories in the past three elections held in Malaysia.
Malaysians by far and wide are beginning to tire of the DAP-led opposition game of empty shell politics; acting tough, but having no substance.
The Saudi King’s recent visit along with the positive aftermath shows that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s is carrying out exactly what Malaysians want from their leader; someone who is able to continue to bring economic prosperity to Malaysia. (here)
Bringing positive results to Malaysia marks the significant difference between Prime Minister Najib Razak and his (Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition, Tun Mahathir) detractors.
Prime Minster Najib Razak brings projects which equate to economic prosperity for Malaysia.
Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition and Tun Mahathir have only worked to place Malaysia in a negative light globally. This was carried out by feeding foreign news portals lies and fabrications on the Prime Minister’s role in 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
Then after creating this negative publicity, they wanted Malaysians to believe that it was the Prime Minister’s that was attracting media scrutiny.
Today, having lost the plot and with nothing to show from all their effort to remove the Prime Minister, Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition has to be feeling the heat.
They have nothing to offer the public in way of a potential electable Prime Minister candidate and only spew the same old rhetoric to try and deceive Malaysians into believing that they (DAP-led opposition) have something to offer beyond scarping the GST.
Taking everything into account, if they are feeling the heat now they will be in full blown meltdown after the date for the 14th general election is announced!
The Japanese fan lady (Datuk Wan Azizah Ismail) better prepare some extra fans for what is sure to be a long hot summer!