Deputy Minister in the PM's Department Datuk Razali Ibrahim yesterday said that,
Well, hurrah and bravo!
Good of the young and handsome Muar MP to clear that up.
Honestly, I was previously worried that the opposition may try to muddle up the voters' mind by accusing BN of trying to bribe the Felda electorate in Rompin.
The clarification by Razali may likely saves BN from suffering the feared drastic reduction of its majority in Rompin, which is its stronghold.
Razali must had been advised by the BN's brilliant strategists and media generals to clear the air....hmmm...
Well, I think he should then continue to employ their expertise later on when he defends his Muar parliamentary seat in the next general election, less than three years from now.
I personally believe he needs the fantastic services of the BN's strategists and media generals to continue with his political career...if you know what I mean.
You see, in the 2004 general election, Razali won his Muar seat with a majority of 13,415.
His majority was reduced to 4,641 in 2008 and even further in 2013 to 1,646.
By the way, those figures are real and not mere coincidence, okay.
You can check them for yourselves.
Yup, Razali's constituency is Muar, the once stronghold of Umno and hometown of almost all Johor Menteri Besar.
It is the very centre of the Johor Umno heartland.
What do you think Razali's majority will be in the next general election?
Well, never mind....so much for Johor, being the Umno's tiang seri.