Monday, 10 March 2008

Sore loser!

Datuk Zainuddin Maidin told the Opposition (PAS and PKR) not be overly proud of their win in Kedah and warned that the people may have to pay a price for their decision, the star reported.

The former Information Minister was, of course, referring to the loss of his Sungai Petani Parliamentary seat to PKR chief Johari Abdul by 9,381 votes. Johari pooled in 33,822 votes against Zainuddin’s 24,441.

Zam: Protest voters cause defeat

SUNGAI PETANI: Former Information Minister Datuk Seri Zainuddin Maidin said protest voters among Indians and Chinese caused his defeat in the Sungai Petani parliamentary seat.

“It is not that they love Parti Keadilan Rakyat or PAS more that they voted against me,” he said, adding that Indians who were loyal Barisan supporters turned against him due to certain dissatisfaction.

“The Chinese showed their resentment because of the economic b acklash they often complained about,” he said in accepting his defeat.

“So, PAS and PKR should not be overly proud of their win (in Kedah),” he said.

“The people may have to pay a price for their decision,” he said yesterday.

Zainuddin lost to Sungai Petani PKR chief Johari Abdul by 9,381 votes, with the latter garnering 33,822 votes
against Zainuddin’s 24,441.

11 comments:

Zawi said...

Kak Ton,
Does he know that people hate the sight of him and just voted him off so that they wont have to suffer the pain of seeing his face on TV Malaysia anymore.

maria a samad (kak ton) said...

zawi,

This is a case of someone who is delusional and in self=denial not accepting his defeat with grace.

In short, someone yang tak sedar diri.

warrior2 said...

We will see segregation of men and women in kedah soon. No cinema, no liquor (hmmm, there goes Langkawi) NO 'many things' and certaintly "NEW" many things. Thats what Zam meant I think.

We shall see!

Hi&Lo said...

Kak Ton,

As you said Zam suffering from delusion, he thinks he's indispensable. Without him we will all be doomed.

Dah rejected, masih tak tau his place.

Mior said...

Kak Ton,
Geee, someone sure is tak reti reti bahasa. Seriously thick skull.

MaryKate said...

kak ton, sudah lost - lost la, do what Tsu Koon did, leave with grace and dignity. The more nonsense they talk, the worst it becomes for them. Anyway, I am over the moon over the change, it's high time and if the current BN does not do well, they'll be wiped out in the next election. This shows that the people have woken (though others have not) and they do something, they show it in their votes and it's stil people power no matter what. And ZAM-better spend more time post-mortem-ing your al-jazheera's interview, go take some english classes since you have plenty of time now, and kak ton, tks for the early sunday morning update :)

Hantu Laut said...

Kak Ton,

Among all of the losers, I think Sharizat stood tall.She accepted her loss with grace.

Abdulla said...

Temper,temper, temper! Like a little boy with a little cock, ZAM wants to fight the Rakyat? Pi mati, ZAM.

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

kahkah...zam the sore-loser. come on, zam. You did all you could via RTM talking shis about kelantan and yet the rakyat ignored your all-year long campaign by choosing the same party that you whacked.

Anonymous said...

Dont talk too much lah mamak ..go packs your things and go back where you belong...your "ERECTION"
day are finish ...bye

Anonymous said...

Kak Ton..

"UNSANGKARABLE" that Sharizat lost her comfortable seat ...Oh dear..
and im not happy ..