So vote with your heart, your soul, your passion, and most of all, vote wisely!
It’s really no fun to put a man down so lowly and then challenge him to a fight. What joy is there if you win such a fight? Is your victory worth anything?
It’s like going to the boxing ring with a handicapped, or a visually challenged person. If you win this battle, can you say you are the better person?
I’d go to the battle field if I have a matching opponent. If I win, my victory would be sweet. If my opponent is weaker than me, I’d just shake his/her hand, and say: let’s not fight, let’s agree to disagree.
What would you do?
Stopping Ambiga, Wong Chin Huat from Bersih ‘Fair and Free’ Election, and Haris Ibrahim from MCLM, shows how frantic Taib Mahmud is of losing his kingdom.
Attacking Malaysiakini, and other similar websites, is a clear indication that the side afraid of losing the battle, is getting more and more desperate by the day.
Stifling the press and not giving ample space to both sides of the political divide directly points at the powers to be that they would go out all the way to secure this victory, eventhough the after taste is as bitter as poison.
Using the police to prevent ceramahs when a bloody state election is going on, this being the last nigth, will show Sarawakians that change is indeed necessary, whichever way you vote.
Please change for the sake of changing. All changes are good. The only thin that is constant is change. The only things that would never change, is change itself!