18 Mar '11, 4am

BREAKING NEWS!!!!!

‘Will the ruling People’s Action Party sweep everyone else aside and come up with a landslide? Or will the opposition finally break through the GRC wall?’ With regards to the two questions above, I personally believe for the good of both Singaporeans and Singapore, my answer would be ‘no’ and ‘yes’ respectively. I would be very disappointed if it turns out otherwise as the incumbent then could do whatever they like without due regards to helping all Singaporeans to be ‘self-reliant’. I would regard it as a victory for the opposition as long as the overall percentage of the vote for the incumbent goes somewhat below the 66.6% achieved in the last one. If not, the incumbent could still boast that ‘although the percentage of the votes won by the PAP dropped to 66.6, it still recorded its second highest share of the vote in the past five elections.’ I hope Singaporeans would n...

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