And as A Voice puts it, in his posting It's a bloody long four years:
"It's just a pity that many would succumb to place their belief in a leadership surviving on others' efforts in the past but pass up as their own; leadership floated by mere perception, distraction of attention, and re-branding/ repackaging; and leadership totally lacking in any substance."It is timely that UMNO make a decision and now to remain relevant. Lest, we wish others to make that decision for us. If we are to believe that our ideology, practicality and ability to govern will provide that balance of unity for progress, then something need done now!"