Dear Readers and Commenters,
This blog, which came to life in May 2006, reached the 17th million unique visitor mark yesterday. I don't know how many blogs in the country have passed this way but I reckon there aren't too many. Che Det's blog surpassed this mark quite a while ago even though it was born a good two years later, but I'm not Mahathir Mohamad. I would not have gotten this far in cyberspace without the support and encouragement, the lawsuits and police reports, and those phone calls that would come my way when I let a few days go by without a single posting.
Thank you all, God bless you.
Shadowee Transport Minister. If YB Wee Choo Keong had remained in Pakatan Rakyat and PR had been able to establish a Shadow Cabinet, the MP for Wangsa Maju would have been a natural choice for shadow Minister of Transport. Alas, Pakatan could not produce even a pale Shadow of a Cabinet and, fortunately, at least for some in the transport sector and for the politicians in BN, YB Wee is no longer with Pakatan Rakyat. Still, MAS and Air Asia cannot afford to shut him out any longer. Read his latest posting on AJ & Rashdan: What "COST-CUTTINGS"? - Part 1. The keyword is "Part 1", which means the YB is not letting go. Notice how many times he called Rashdan, "Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar's crony"? And if those guys up there have forgotten, let me remind them that it was YB Wee who actually gave life to the VK Lingam saga (that became a big election issue last GE) by producing the lawyer's brother and pitting him against lawyer. It was not Anwar Ibrahim's handiwork, it was YB Wee's. I suggest those guys up there E N G A G E the YB constructively (and quickly, preferably before the Part 4 of his current series of postings).
Already, more than half of the questions he is going to ask in next Parliament (which would probably be the last before the 13th General Election) are on MAS and Air Asia. Read Parliamentary Questions for March Session 2012.