... for failing to take up Anwar's challenge to a debate. Is it because he thinks he is above Anwar in a public debate? We would like to know more from 'a horse's mouth' too.
"...There were high expectations when Khalid came in as Mentri Besar but he has not really shone. People do not have deep grievances about him nor do they find him indispensable. Ambivalence is not a good thing in politics.
The Talam land recovery deals have affected his corporate image. Instead of taking matters into his hands and facing the public to explain everything, he seems to be dodging his critics. It is fine if he thinks he is above taking on MCA’s Datuk Chua Tee Yong in a public debate but he should not be hiding behind three Pakatan MPs and his political secretary Faekah Husin. People want to hear it from the horse’s mouth..."
The present one-sided presentation of views in the mainstream media reminds me of the following quote:
"I offered my opponents a deal: "if they stop telling lies about me, I will stop telling the truth about them".
~Adlai Stevenson, campaign speech, 1952.
When will journalists like Joceline start to give fair coverage to the alternative views?
To the general public, Talam is no longer an issue, yet BN and their mouthpieces prefer to flog a dead horse.