I would like to touch on Ezam's pronouncement here. Hey I am not saying what he says is wrong and neither am I going to say that it is right. Being someone who is connected to both sides of the divide, I am sure he knows what is saying. I mean he knows what he wants to say but if what he says makes sense or not is entirely up to the readers.
Okay for those who has not gone over to the link yet, let me give you a teaser,
IPOH: PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has no chance of
ever becoming prime minister, said former PKR Youth chief Ezam Mohd Nor.
who was Anwar’s political secretary when he was deputy prime minister,
dismissed claims that Anwar had managed to convince 30 MPs to leave
Barisan Nasional for Pakatan Rakyat.
“If he had the numbers today, he would be going to the Istana tonight.
I am not going to dismiss this but this raises a question in my mind. We all know that Ezam joined UMNO after the elections where the PR did credibitably well but fell a little short. They are indeed not far off the numbers needed to take over the country.
Lets say that Ezam's claim is true, the question I would like to ask is that by saying it he is implying that PR would not be able to take over the country so is that why you ditched the opposition front? If they had won would you have handed your application to rejoin UMNO?
We all know that he was very much opposition inclined prior to the elections with his claims of boxes of evidence and thousands of pages of claims of government sins.
So now that the opposition cannot form the government as he claimed, he decided to join the government? What does that make him? Is 'opportunist' an apt description of this man?
As I had said, it is not as short as I had wanted it to be. Got to go for writing classes.