Orang Kecewa. I feel sorry for my friends in PKR, but like I told @fahmifadzil, I think his party has been bringing in too many have-beens lately and bringing them in with great pomp and fanfare, as if they were great coups. Not much different from DAP's "victory" of getting Aspan Alias and Sakmongkol, but at least those two have never benefited as much when they were deep in the BN "system" nor are they as old and tired as the recent "kataks" in Sabah, although they may be as worthless.
Fahmi said "They are fleeing a sinking ship". I really don't think so. I think they saw a garbage truck and went for it!
The Choice put it eloquently:
This trickle of has-been politicians signing up to Pakatan is deeply embarrassing for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, who has thrown his personal weight behind the defection strategy. He probably thought he could bribe BN representatives to switch allegiance, but so far very few have taken the bait. And the ones he is snaring are hardly worth the effort.It is very clear that Anwar Ibrahim's influence in Sabah, once a favorite playground of his when he was Dr Mahathir's deputy in the government and in Umno, has waned. Anwar is today a magnet for "orang2 kecewa".
Read Anwar's Sabah katak are has beens
and The Choice's Anwar's Defection Strategy in Borneo not very convincing