So who took the thunder and lightning away from Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam's FY2013 Budget Statement to be delivered in Parliament on Monday, 25 February 2013? [Link]
Non-PAP lovers may give credit to WP's Lee Li Lian for bringing up the subject of the high cost of bringing up children at the election rally last Saturday [Link]. I would think Laura did it. If not for Laura, there would not be Palmergate. If not for Palmergate, there would not be a by-election. If not for this by-election, we would not have the opportunity to be stucked in the mud and drizzle listening to Li Lian and her WP colleagues bringing up issues.
After watching WP's Png Eng Huat at the rally last Saturday, I'm curious if, in his adorable style, he would say: "Wah! sin pattern, meh?". As in a "new pattern" press release to win votes for PAP's Dr Koh in Punggol East with this give-aways by PAP before Election Day of 26 January 2013 and way way way way way ahead of the Budget speech on 25 February 2013. "Chit kuan eh pattern pun eh sai, meh?" "Pattern begini pun boleh, meh?" Pattern like this also can, meh?
Gee, old habits die hard. "Fixing and buying" Anyone?
Anyway, the bringing forward of the announcement of the so-called "goodies" by PAP shows how important it is for Singaporeans to have more alternative voices in parliament. How important it is to see Lee Li Lian get voted into parliament on 26 January 2013.
However, in all seriousness, the "First World Parliament" may come true very soon in Singapore. PAP lovers and cronies keep harping that WP is sleeping in Parliament without realising that some questions being asked by WP MPs are so sharp that even the Foreign Minister has to challenge Pritam Singh [Link].
With hands on heart, I'm sure everyone (whether has car or not) will feel that we need more credible alternative voice in our parliament after watching this.
This is the same lady ( Sylvia Lim Swee Lian) who without fear, favour, fanfare or drumroll brought forth AIMgate which, possibly being the tip of an iceberg, may be the beginning of the end of PAP?
Dear East Punggolites, may we have another Lian in Parliament please.
I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired.
The double speak, the hubris that I get from the power that is especially the leeders irks me no end.
The balls carrying sychophantic mainstream media suffocate me. I can hardly breathe.
Some say I may get radicalised, but fortunately, the alternative news and views that I get from internet keeps me sane.
The ability to write in this blog gets the elephant off my chest and helps me breathe easier. It lightens me up!
When it's all said and done, just feedmetothefish.
With my crazy writing, my children and the greatgrandma of my granddaughter worry that the "legal/factual" big stick will come after me for being radicalised or for being ridiculous:)
Hopefully, the fish will get me first:)
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