Still blur blur from the drugs I consumed last night.
Checked out the news and found this,
and feel not very so well again.
I wish the older leaders could give way to younger ones at the vice president level of the coming Umno election.
Now we got Ali Rustam and TS Isa Samad, both 64, challenging DS Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, 60; DS Shafie Afdal, 57 and DS Hishammuddin Hussein, 52.
I wish the challengers could be of at least the same age as the incumbents or even younger and fresher.
Not that I'm particularly fond of the incumbents or don't like their older challengers, but it is just that so far, the candidacies of the coming contest for the VP posts seem less than inspiring to me.
Then there is this story in the NST print edition about Umno Youth endorsing four of its outgoing leaders to contest for supreme council seats. (I can't seem to find the online version of the story in the NST webpage or Google news to provide the link).
Their name was announced by Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin -
1. Datuk Razali Ibrahim, the outgoing deputy chief.
2. DS Reezal Merican Naina Merican, the Kepala Batas MP
3. Datuk Sohaimi Shahadan, the Selayang Youth chief
4. Tun Faizal Ismail Aziz, the Umno Youth head of new media unit
Well, let me first say that I'm sorry, as honestly, if I'm an Umno delegate, I would not vote for any of them.
Why? Well, I rather keep the reasons to myself. Otherwise I could be accused of trying to ruin their chances. Let's just say that I am not inspired by their candidacy.
How about you all? You all inspired by these four names? Honestly?
Then again, I'm not an Umno member. My opinion of these candidates technically doesn't count more than just an opinion of a bystander. So, supporters of these leaders shouldn't get too agitated with what I think of them, okay.
It is just the opinion of a Malay (well, in my case a half Malay) who feels entitled to have an opinion on what the Umno leadership should be....you all tak setuju pun tak apa.
Well, that's about it....writing just this much has tires myself again. I better conserve my energy for the rest of the day.