[Politics]Dumb Questions?

Edit: Thanks [Raz]! I knew I forgot something.

I’m not sure whether to laugh or to cry at the shallowness of our politicians anymore.

Really, I shouldn’t even be surprised!

“Questions must be of national or international interest. Let there be some class,” a state politician said when a reporter asked Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said to comment on a statement by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak that Terengganu should leave out issues not related to the car purchases.

You mean anything related to the state should be swept under the carpet then? To whichever politician you are, it IS of national interest. And then there’s the other idiot who said:

Another politician joined the fray. “What is the role of the media? Do you think that RM3 million is a big deal in the state? What do you think?”

Dear politicians,

THE AMOUNT DOES NOT MATTER. The very fact that you are ABUSING state funds, which has been given to you by the public, DOES. AND THAT MAKES IT A MATTER OF NATIONAL INTEREST!

The role of the media is to make sure idiots like you don’t get away with abusing public funds. Its role is a check against the excesses of the government and those in positions of power and influence. If you can’t get this into your head, I suggest you go and complete your tertiary education degree, if you even have the SPM qualifications to get in in the first place.

So yes, while I think the ridiculous amount spent on maintaining the Protons are a waste of public funds, I think keeping you jokers in office is an even bigger waste, because you can’t seem to get your priorities right!

I’m glad I don’t vote in Terengganu. Wish Mak Maimun had won!

2 thoughts on “[Politics]Dumb Questions?”

  1. You know, I have come to the point where I don’t care anymore, anything about the Proton Perdanas and Mercedes.

    In fact, I have come to the point where I don’t care anymore, anything that has to do with our politicians.

    Sad, I know, but there isn’t much choice here to begin with.

    Geminianeyes: A lot of people are tired of it, and so am I. I just covered it because it’s related closely to journalism.

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