Sunday, March 2, 2008

General Election 2008 - Development Versus Change

The tussle between SUPP and DAP in the seven Chinese-majority seats is definitely tense with excitement in this election.

Tickling the nerves are the issues relating to the livelihood, land lease renewal and social concerns. DAP's candidates eloquently sensationalise the issues of relevance to touch the inner feelings of the folks. The voters' emotions are stirred up to swing towards DAP to exhibit their discontent with the ruling BN. As such, DAP heavily capitalises on the election issues to gain an edge on SUPP.

This election sees DAP coming out with "Change For Better" as its theme. The thrust of the party is to blow up a wind of change, calling on the nation to cast a vote of denial to the two-third majority of seats of BN in the parliament

With that mandate from the rakyat, DAP hopes to put BN under greater surveillance. But my common sense tells me that it would be far from reach for DAP singly to achieve that. I guess there is certain pact with PKR and PAS to work towards giving BN a hit.

"Development For Better" is the theme of SUPP to counterattack DAP.

SUPP - Development for better!

DAP - Change for better!


Anonymous said...

Tony, Mukah is going to overtake all. What sort of development is this ? Or is this a thank you present for Taib for his staunch support for Barisan Nasional ? Then that is not development. That is a personal agenda affair from the government and the government is supposed to be working for the people; not individuals.

Tony Hii said...

Anonymous, Sibu is lagging very much behind. We have to work a lot harder to catch up!

Anonymous said...

"The Lord does not look at the things man looks at.Man looks at the outward appearance,but the Lord looks at the heart." 1 Samuel 16:7

It is the heart that matters.We see many aspiring rich politicians,wanting to get elected to the office for their own benefits....not for the sake of the people or development.

Tony Hii said...

Anonymous, let's pray together for them and for Sibu.