Presiden Umno Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak berkata, keputusan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim bertanding di Perak berpunca daripada rasa "tidak selamat" Ketua Pembangkang itu di Parlimen Permatang Pauh.
"Dia (Anwar) rasa tidak selamat di Permatang Pauh dan juga dia telah meninggalkan rakyat yang telah menyokong selama dia terlibat di dalam politik.
"Saya tak pernah terfikir untuk meninggalkan (Parlimen) Pekan. Saya akan hidup dan mati di Pekan, secara politiknya," katanya ketika menjawab soalan pemberita dalam sidang media selepas mesyuarat majlis pimpinan tertinggi Umno dan BN di PWTC hari ini.-malaysiakini
Jawapan aku macam ni saja....
Najib...engko pondanlah,cakap saja besar tapi takut menghadapi realiti dan risiko sebenarnya.
Kalau engko anak jantan langkah keluar ke kawasan lain untuk bertanding untuk membuktikkan bahawa awak adalah pemimpin UMNO dan PM yang sangat popular dewasa ini.
Jika engko dah popular tak kisah di mana engko bertanding dah tentu engko akan menang besar.
Mungkin si Rosmah melarang engko berbuat demikian bimbang kalau2 engko kalah, jadi dia nak letak mukanya kat mana!!!
Engko mahu kekal di Pekan kerana undi pos dari polis dan tentera sudah tetap menjaminkan kemenangan engko.
Jadi janganlah engko jealous kalau ada pemimpin pembangkang yang mahu pindah tempat.
Salam dari aku Jib...T.Sekole
Rafidah: Changing gov't not like changing boyfriend...
Former Wanita Umno chief Rafidah Aziz today cautioned the voters not to treat changing a government like changing a car, boyfriend or girlfriend.
The country need a strong government to rule, and it’s not easy to deliver and develop the country, she said.
"(So) please don’t say, 'Never mind, change'. Oh my God! This is not like changing a car, boyfriend or girlfriend," she told the media after attending the Umno supreme council meeting in Kuala Lumpur this morning.
The Kuala Kangsar MP said that the country will be heading in the wrong direction if we made a wrong decision.
Rafidah (left) reiterated that she will not contest in this general election, as she served as an MP for 37 years and needed to give way.
"Every politician should realise, when you have climbed the peak, you should give way," she said, adding she had done her bit in contributing to the country.
She emphasised that it was she herself who had expressed her intention to retire, and not others who brought up the issue.
Rafidah said she foresees that sabotage might happen after the candidates have been announced.
"Yes, (there will be sabotage) as they are just human beings, but this also happens in every party, even the opposition.
"But if you fail to be a candidate, never mind if you don’t help and work, but don’t sabotage, just stay home and sleep," she advised.-malaysiakini
Chipmunk - Rafidah, we can't help it when the same boyfriend keep raping his girlfriend for 56 years and made her look like a whore. While the boyfriend continued to find new girlfriends, we the girlfriends for 56 years have to keep silent.
Of all the people, we have a Sugar-Daddy who helm this nation for more than 22 years and sabotage everybody with his mouth when he should be staying at home, sleeping and praying.
He should have retired gracefully and leave the running of this country to the girlfriends father but no, he had to be heard and continue insisting to rule the country.
So what would you say if you were that one person who got raped by her trusted boyfriend for 56 years?