But then again, it's up to the constituency here to decide who do they want to vote for. Die-hard supports will continue voting for their favourite party. Those who are fed-up with what's been going on in state or/and Federal level will vote for the other, or even for the independents; one which campaign for a cause close to their heart.
What this sleepy town lacks is facilities, like banks and post offices, and even public transportation for those living in the estate. You'd be surprised that even though this place has about 35,000 voters, this places is way bigger compared to the Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat!~
Whatever it is, this is an uphill battle for all vying for the seat. Let's see who will be the last to chortle after this coming April 7. IMHO, it's hard to predict who might emerge victorious, given the various scenario going on in the state and on federal level.
Speaking of which, i'm currently watching the swearing-in ceremony of our very-soon-to-be Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak.
What DAP stalwart Lim Kit Siang said was if he does come to power, he would be one who has many questions and accusations hanging around his neck. That he would come into power with the Mahathirisme doctrine. That this will be the era of darkness.
Will this be true? I don't know. But time will tell.
For now, i'll still be here in the cowboy town. But i'll be back on the island.
Note: Melissa D, wait for me, ok? I'll return to the island. Take care and keep hanging on to God, family and friends. I LOVE YOU, DEAR!~
Love & Peace!~