With the 13th general election nearing, Pakatan Rakyat is getting more jittery as worries linger over them like a dark cloud brewing waiting for the time to burst into a storm.
The ‘political tsunami waves’ that they had in 2008 has faded alongside the voters’ confidence and trust in them.
PR leaders no longer have the credibility that voters could cling on as the past four years have seen them lying their way as excuses for not being able to fulfill their promises.
Same time, they continue harping on BN’s so-called weaknesses to stop and prevent their influence from eroding and fading with the young voters who are now accessible through the new media and full of idealism.
PR is actually splitting as the individual party began raising issues benefiting only to each party but not covering the PR’s concept or philosophy but the leaders put up a united front just to eye-wash the voters who are not exposed to current news.
Right now, it is in the open that DAP and PAS are in a big clash as both are not giving way in their philosophies and agendas.
DAP would want a secular state if PR comes to power while PAS would continue to pursue its Islamic state and Hudud laws regardless DAP likes it or not.
Verbal war on the subject has been in the open and been very vigorous to the extent the public at large can see there sure will be trouble if both parties are given the mandate to rule.
PAS leaders have openly stated that PAS would implement Islamic state and Hudud laws when they come to power and DAP through Karpal Singh has been opposing this profusely.
DAP being chauvistic will be openly sidelining the Malays which will result in bigger problems nationwide as the Malays are seeing what is happening in Penang, the state ruled solely by DAP where its PR partners PAS and PKR are just stooge in the state government.
PKR on the other hand is just interested in putting its de factor leader Anwar Ibrahim as Prime Minister and the rest they could not care less.
PKR leaders like Rafizi Ramli and the rest are just letting go suggestions to pull the hearts and minds of voters without caring the impacts of the suggestions when every Malaysian knows that the country needs to be handed over to the next generation as clean and as wealthy as it is, not with debts and on the brink of bankruptcy.
So PR leaders are putting pressure on BN chief and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to call for the general election as fast as possible so that voters have got no time and chance to think rationally.
They fear the longer the delay, the more problems they will face and they will be in a deeper trouble