|Umno at heart, no?|
Well, at least Zaid Ibrahim is honest about it. While Sakmongkol and Aspan play coy about speculation of them joining DAP, perhaps even hoping to prolong the unprecedented attention they are getting, the former de facto Law Minister and one-time potential heir to Anwar's throne shut talk about him joining DAP. He told us he'd no talks with DAP and vice versa.
We bumped into each other in Bangsar a while ago and decided to have a cup of coffee to celebrate the New Year. We talked about RPK and MCLM, which got him together with RPK, Haris Ibrahim and Malik Imtiaz (Haris and Malik quit over RPK's Anwar-bashing interview on Jan 1. Zaid said RPK's interview was unexpected but he was not surprised; after all, Zaid himself quit PKR disillussioned with Anwar's leadership.
I have a feeling the man is very much still Umno at heart but of course I didn't go there. Not yet. He did say a bit about Jan 9, judgement day on Anwar Ibrahim's case but that was for my ears only.