Wednesday, April 09, 2008

habitual politikus

I know by whatever time I reach the office, the auto-pilot me would turn on the pc, and read the Malaysian insider.

I read so much of politics (just like you and me and other Malaysian too) but I don't blog about it simply because for me politics can not be discussed without a debate.
One way is no fun. (Heheh)

Aneeeewaaaaay, I'm not going to bore you with anything what Dr M said and what Pak Lalalah said.
You can always read it up (don't fancy MCA's Star or Umno's utusan nor even Petra's Malaysiakini - but at least RP admits he is biased, yes?)

For me if you want to have your own perspective, at least choose the most neutral source and then form your own opinion.

Well then I'll see if I get the same idea with the boss, who'll spend few hours just discussing/ debating with me.
Most of the time, he's right.

But then again. He's the boss.

Ps: whats wrong if I found that Zaid's In good faith is good?
Not gonna make more BN-ner.


sahalfikri 9 April 2008 at 01:47:00 GMT+8  

wow.. zaid ibrahim? good faith as in belief or real iman?

"the former suits him better than the latter..,"said a friend of mine.

p/s: takde kredit sbb x bkerja skrg ni :P

...but I digress 9 April 2008 at 10:07:00 GMT+8  

as in bona fide..hehe.
care to explain ur friend's statement,abg tak faham metaphorics.. =P

takpe tak kerje,tp ada bisness ;)
Allah provides.

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