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Main reason for lost votes?.
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Damned-Virus-Data Miner providers
2011-08-15 23:18:14 UTC
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http://sg.news.yahoo.com/blogs/singaporescene/lee-kuan-yew-why-pap-lo...
One wonders if the main reason for lost votes was solely on this one
- the rising of home prices..
According to a survey that was mentioned in a spin program, it said
the lost votes in the May election was due to "intransparency".
In other words, it could mean the people of Singapore are not happy
with the intransparency of govt with them.
This "intransparecy" was reported in the program on "spin" now being
repeated in Channelnewsasia channel.
In that program, the one from a firm said the lost of votes in the May
election was due to "intransprancry".
The Spin is a program discussiing with owners of PR firms and their
variety public relation actions with the public for their clients, and
they included of public surveys and opinion surveys on outcomes,
etc.
Yeh, they lost like Vo-giuu..............

6121 in action...............
rst0
2011-08-16 03:50:18 UTC
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Main reason for lost votes? Voters have no interest in politics. We
expect politicians to do their job right and always within budget.
The results are always beautiful and outstanding, and last for many
many generations.
AntiDabianchenVirus
2011-08-16 04:42:36 UTC
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Main reason for lost votes?  Voters have no interest in politics.  We
expect politicians to do their job right and always within budget.
The results are always beautiful and outstanding, and last for many
many generations.
Democracy is an opportunity for people to have a say in what is going
on around them, and to initiate change, should the conditions be
unfavorable, but not everyone is equally interested in making use of
it, because it entails getting involved. Many want things to be served
to them on a silver platter.
rst0
2011-08-16 05:24:24 UTC
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Main reason for lost votes?  Voters have no interest in politics.  We
expect politicians to do their job right and always within budget.
The results are always beautiful and outstanding, and last for many
many generations.
Democracy is an opportunity for people to have a say in what is >going on around them, and to initiate change, should the conditions >be unfavorable, but not everyone is equally interested in making use >of it, because it entails getting involved. Many want things to be >served to them on a silver platter.
Government only takes, it doesn't serve anything, let alone on a
silver platter, unless it's an emergency. It can destroy very
quickly.

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