Just a few hours ago (Malaysian time), the American senate voted 50-48 to confirm a new Supreme Court Justice. The 100-member chamber voted strictly along partisan lines with only one exception on each side.
All the Republican senators voted ‘Yes’ for Brett Kavanaugh with the sole exception of Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) from Alaska and all the Democrat senators voted ‘No’ with the sole exception of Sen. Joe Manchin (D) from West Virginia. Continue reading “Two-party system: Each side truly despising the other”
Serdang Christian MP Ong Kian Ming is the DAP election strategist. And ‘Doctor Ong’ has analysed that “a large proportion” of the support PAS received in Selangor the last election had come from Chinese and Indian voters. In fact, Chinese support for PAS was phenomenal − reaching as high as 95 percent in several constituencies.
This means that nine out of 10 Chinese voted opposition. Mind you, we’re talking those Chinese residing in PAS’s winning seats in the semi-rural areas. In urban areas, Chinese support for DAP some more no need to say lah. Crazy! Continue reading “Hannah Yeoh, Malays and the Kingdom of God”