04 Jan '12, 10am

Singapore PM faces 36 pct pay cut, still world's best paid - Yahoo! via @yahoosg

Even with a 36 % cut, our PM is still the highest paid in the world. This just shows how greedy our Ministers have been in rewarding and enriching themselves financially using their position in power. They deserve every cents they get if they are capable of earning so much money in the private sector but the talents of these Ministers are really overated. Those talented people who are capable of earning alot of money in the private sector will shun joining the PAP because of the perceptions of citizens had of people joining PAP as bootlickers who are in politics only for the money. Basically those who are incapable of making this type of money will only be too happy to be invited to join the PAP because of the shortcut to make easy and good money. We can see capable and talented people joining the opposition even without the lure of money. So if PAP thinks only money can a...

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