Published on March 2nd, 2013 | by admin23
Ten Reasons why I won’t Vote PR / DAP
“For the coming GE13, I am of the opinion that BN will win without any problems. It will be a clear victory and there will be no such thing as a hung Parliament. These are my reasons:
- All politics is local. Pakatan Rakyat (PR) and some DAP politicians forgot this rule by not focusing on the local constituency issues. That is why their candidates will lose.
- PR and especially DAP politicians have gotten very arrogant and over confident. Voters don’t like cocky politicians and they will likely teach these politicians a lesson. It happened to BN politicians in 2008 and it will happen to arrogant DAP politicians in 2013.
- DAP is beginning to show its racist character in dealing with other political parties from different races especially the Indians.
- The supporters of PR and PR have become big bullies (nobody likes to be bullied into voting); they try to intimidate and coerce people into voting their choice of candidate without seeking to explain why.
- PR and DAP made too many promises and have reneged on a lot of them. This has caused disappointment and even disillusionment amongst voters and they will react with pulling their support away from PR/DAP.
- PR and DAP infighting (so many instances as captured by DAP Insider so there is no need to expand).
- DAP is beginning to abuse its powers and engage in corruption.
- DAP leaders began to cultivate their own cronies and they have even been won over by previous cronies of the BN.
- Too much focus on national issues by DAP. This resonates with urban voters but it does not with rural. DAP needs to focus n local everyday issues which directly affect the voters.
- DAP’s political strategies are essentially based on the politics of hatred instead of an uplifting, visionary and transformative agenda. Instead of the politics of hope and blessings, DAP indulges in a politics of hype and blame. This is not sustainable in the long run and does not add to building a better nation.
I am voting BN this round (in the last GE in 2008, I voted the DAP), because the DAP MP was nowhere to be seen for the past 5 years. There is very little work done on his part.
I guess he was enjoying the perks of being a parliamentarian.”