Sunday, April 24, 2011

Voters - it's five years to your next power point

E-mail sent to me by FT for posting

THE COMMON GOOD doesn’t appear to me to be that common to the common people. When young people have to struggle with high mortgage payments for their first flat, when the old and sick are afraid of their medical bills, when food prices are becoming exorbitant, talk of the future sound very hollow…

SOCIETY must do some re-think.

 I don’t need the wisdom of Socrates or the sagacity of Confucius to tell you that you can now decide on the OPPOSITION you want, the type of government you need, and the way you want to be governed. It's your birth-right. Exercise that power of choice NOW or you will have to wait five long years to your next power point. Remember!  It’s five long years to the next election. 



Anonymous said...

Of course, after FT>PR> NEW SINGAPOREANS, don't they face the same problem as Native Singaporeans. All along i think NEW SINGAPOREANS won't vote for PAPAYAS unless they intend to take Singapore as stepping stones to migrate to the ANG MOH countries.
In conclusion, I think the PAPAYAS has miscalculated that NEW CITIZENS will vote for them.
Ha! Ha! after collecting for so many $millions, for so many years, for their pay, they still miscalculated this simple sum.

Singapore's 5 Minute Investment Diary said...

"It is not the function of our Government to keep the citizen from falling into error;
it is the function of the citizen to keep the Government from falling into error."

-- Robert H. Jackson (1892-1954), U.S. Judge, in American Communications Association v. Douds, May 1950


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