Enough is enough. We have had enough of ineffective politicians and policy makers telling us that poor governance is not their fault. Yet, they wanted to rule our life. Making yoga illegal. Trying to become our moral guardians. Make petty, racist and gender chauvinist statements in the parliament. Some acting more like tyrants than policy makers.
It is time for these politicians to do their job. Where are the necessary actions and policy responses to the myriad of issues and problems faced by the society? Why allow indiscriminate hill side development? Why allow express buses continue to menace the lives of innocent passengers? Are we expected to be responsible to check on our own if the buses are safe to take?
Don't be foolish. Do not think that we are fools.
Politicians from both sides of the fence should really start to do something about rising crime, environmental problems, cleanliness and others.
While the global economy continues to wobble, we have not heard of any concise plan yet from the government to help the nation prepare against possible economic downturn. I have received feedback from friends and family members that food cost is still very high although retail oil prices have been reduced. What is the government doing about this?
Minister Shahrir Samad should bring down further the retail oil prices. If he is hiking the prices according to market prices, when isn't he doing the same when the prices have gone down? Shahrir should not just ask the people to be patient. He should do his job or just quit.
I have residences in both Penang and Selangor. Both areas are still filthy, dirty and unsafe. What is the PR government going to do?
People are beginning to find life as usual even after a change of government. We did not hire new people to do the same old things.
If only more politicians can be like Balakong Assemblyman Yap. I called him to assist a family in Bandar Tun Hussein and he quickly dispatched his team including Penghulu Mr Neo within minutes and assisted us all the way.
Gerakan leaders are fuming mad about Pakatan's councillors in Penang. What did they do when they were in power? Why were the Cove condominiums in Tanjung Bungah approved? Why gave approvals to 3 of the 4 hotels within the heritage zone? If Gerakan were still in power, they would have approved the PGCC regardless of the public outcry.
We do not need another pot calling a kettle black. Stop the nuisance and just do your job. No one asks you seek for election if you are not keen to do your work.