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Thread: PE: Four-cornered fight for Presidential race

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    Just vote for tjs lah, tt and tcb will just be another two pap parrots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    Just vote for tjs lah, tt and tcb will just be another two pap parrots.
    He sounds interesting, too bad he joined the wrong party, means his judgment is questionable.....

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    List of tt's 'achievements':--

    When TT is Education Minister: He opened floodgates for foreign students.
    -When TT is Education Minister: He objected to establishing a 3rd university until Nanyang Technology Institute had been set up fully to become a full University (now NTU). In 1998, When asked if measures would be put in to protect Singapore students from competition "There is no way in which you are going to be able to protect either Singaporeans or Singapore because we are a small country."
    -When TT is Defence Minister: His son defer 12 yrs of NSF and became a research scientist (what vocation is that?) after he came back to serve.
    -When TT is Minister for Trade and Industry: Oppose against building MRT.
    -When TT is GIC chairman: Lose how many billion?
    -When TT is SPH chairman: Our media ranked 154th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    Just vote for tjs lah, tt and tcb will just be another two pap parrots.
    With some many unions backing TT, he seem to be the favorite. As for many who want to vote for alternative voice, I would say their choice a somewhat uncertain..., if TJS can rise to the occasion in the campaigning period, he stand a good chance, but I feel that on the ground, he need to increase his visibility with votes.
    Now it's the beginning, hope we can expect the unexpected...

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    Tjs has the support of majority of opposition voters that makes up roughly 40% of the voting population. If pap supporters split between tcb and tt and all who vote for opposition vote for tjs, then it is very clear who will be the winner.
    Quote Originally Posted by land118
    With some many unions backing TT, he seem to be the favorite. As for many who want to vote for alternative voice, I would say their choice a somewhat uncertain..., if TJS can rise to the occasion in the campaigning period, he stand a good chance, but I feel that on the ground, he need to increase his visibility with votes.
    Now it's the beginning, hope we can expect the unexpected...

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