That is what people keep asking me? I really can’t tell.
What I know is DPM Najib Tun Razak is desperate to win the Kuala Terengganu by-election.
How could he lose this little by-election when he is just days away from becoming Prime Minister?
And UMNO itself has admitted there are money politics.
Logic can give you the right answers.
But the Information Ministry has denied any involvement in this.
There were times during ceramahs (political talks) that I attended that PAS speakers say these offers were ‘rezeki’ (good luck), so take what is being given and vote with your heart.
Would you have done that?
Some of us live on sunshine and fresh air and self proclaimed righteousness, but others live and sleep on empty stomachs.
But BRAVE to the journalists who made reports – that is a fine thing to do if you think you have been bribed.
I don’t know who will win come this evening. News reports have been so blend. It’s hard to follow unless we are on the ground.
It’s a pity I can’t be there this time.
It’s also such a co-incident that the Gaza issue and the Altantuya case happen during this by-election, so that people’s focus are elsewhere.
With the rising cost in living, I see even less interest in following such news.
Will it be the Angpow or Anwow factor that tips the scale?