Funny thing was that Singaporeans laughed so loud.
*ahem* I did too! You rock, Dick Lee!
(Do yourself a favour. Read those blogs. Many have given valid reasons why the pay hike should not take place. Perhaps my MPs are afraid to bring those reasons up in parliament debate.)
So which part does MM Lee NOT understand?
Anyway, article here:
MM Lee: Why fuss over ministers' pay when it's your own future at stake?Really? I'm unconvinced. Still.
2. Visited Puffing Billy (last visit was 5 years ago, without Rachel, of course!)
- Drove through a 'scenic route' along the way to Puffing Billy Railway.
- Grants Picnic Ground to feed the birds
- Puffin Billy train
- Family, Rachel and with her carriage friends (Mitchell, Abigail, Rachel and Sarah)
So that sums up our 1-week stay.
If only our MPs have this calibre to speak like her, instead of learning to dance or tell 'spin' stories.
Did you see the other MPs cringe. Straight, direct, hard and to the point!
Hats off to you, Sylvia!
Someone tell me it isn't true.The simple issue is that there isn't much transparency in the financial polices regarding profits, revenues and surpluses. I understand opposition MP Mr Low TK has brought this up many times during the parliamentary debates. However, the rebuttals were quick and fast and usually fall along the lines of: if these (financials) were made transparent, external forces (market, political) could manipulate our reserves, etc.
Stay tuned... another update coming up on how God is so faithful to us!