Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Turn off the TV, Dump the Straits Times, Come to the Rallies!

As you can see by now opposition's rallies always draw large number of people when compared to PAP’s rallies.

But why PAP is always returned on polling day?

The reason is simple; it is the people who stayed at home and watch our "First World" media whom voted them back in.

So if you truly believe that the opposition parties are worth supporting, please walk the talk.

Bring your friends and relatives who are voting to one of the rallies and let them see and hear for themselves what the candidates have to say.

Turn off the TV, Dump the Straits Times, Come to the Rallies!


You Have A Choice!

3 Comments:

At 6:30 PM, May 02, 2006, Blogger LuckySingaporean said...

These rallies are where poisonous dangerous timebomb ideas are spread to ordinary Singaporeans. After attending the rally, it takes many hours of Channel News Asia and Straits Times to undo the damage.

I would like to urge Singaporeans not to shatter their happy lives, optimistic outlook and perpertual hope for a better future by attending these rallies. Just read the Straits Times and Channel NewsAsia to receive all the good news nothing but good news.

Or better still visit my blog: http://happycitizen.blogspot.com

to reinforce your thoughts.

 
At 7:19 PM, May 02, 2006, Blogger at82 said...

Lucky Tan:

Dun worry man.

I always go to your blog whenever i felt that there are too much poisonous thoughts in my head!

U are my Saviour!

 
At 6:01 PM, May 05, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

luckysingaporean is like the frog enjoying the cosy warm water not realising that the heat is getting hotter and they is a fire under it. At least at the rallies it helps me to differentiate different kinds of poison. Some kill immediate, others take a slow but painful death. I hope to improve my discerning skill. The tragedy is that we sometime get poisoned without even knowing it e.g. too much of a good things can be poisonous too, like vitamin A.

 

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