Especially when they make you go: WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT?
Two Barisan MPs are going to be hauled up to the Priviledges Committee for breaking ranks because they supported Lim Kit Siang’s motion to refer Rafidah and the Parliamentary Secretary of the Ministry of Trade and Industry (whose name escapes me now and I can’t be bothered to remember) to the said committee.
I am quite annoyed as not only has the AP issue been brought up enough to make a sane person puke, but it is also quite unneccessary. After all, it is the Minister’s fault for not making an appearance in the first place. Furthermore, this just goes to prove that our so-called representatives are not ALLOWED to work together as it could be perceived as breaking ranks and that they are aiding the Opposition. If it’s for the betterment of the people, WHY THE HECK NOT?
And why are our representatives not allowed to question the Government’s decisions? They say that these “issues” (yes, I’m talking about the Crimean Uni issue) could have been handled behind closed doors. My question is: Would that information had been made available to the public? I think now.
On another note, I want to join the PPP (People’s Progressive Party). Kayveas alone would be one reason for joining. And he has a point. If you want to know what I’m talking about, read today’s News Straits Times.
My question would have been though: Why is the media picking this up only now?
End of update, do not expect to see me online for the rest of the day. To all my AIM friends, Gomen/Sorry about that.
PS: BTW, Notes to:
Kyle: You know where to reach me. You have my email if you need someone to talk to.
CN: Sorry about the Hyperness yesterday. ^_^
AngelViv: Heh… We should. Or we should have a celebration when the Mouse FINALLY finishes that humoungous fanfic of hers that she’s been writing for years now.