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Election 2008 : Pictorial Guide On How To Vote


Do not know how to vote?

Do not know who to vote?

Do no fret, do not worry!

Follow these pictorial guide, you will make no mistake!

(source : Change our profile photos to deny BN 2/3 group’s Photo Album)

That’s it. Easy and simple 🙂

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9 Responses to “Election 2008 : Pictorial Guide On How To Vote”

  1. suituapui wrote on Feb 27, 2008 at 11:13 am

    No lah, where got like dat? U saw ur teachers last time, tick means good, correct, x means wrong, not good. So in the ballot paper, tick ur choice and for the other one, u cross! Wakakakakaka! Teachers know best!

    –> Ajaran sesat ini. Must follow the instructions given mah! ‘Sila tandakan X pada calon yang anda pilih’. So, mark X! Suituapui don’t mislead people! Be a responsible teacher! (although sudah retired) kakakakakakakakaka! 😀 😀

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  2. Kopi Soh wrote on Feb 27, 2008 at 11:43 am

    LOL u farnie dude!!

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  3. chezzy cheese wrote on Feb 27, 2008 at 12:14 pm

    muahahahaa.. damn funny..
    i think dis year will be different way.. no more putting a cross.

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  4. clement wrote on Feb 27, 2008 at 1:24 pm

    can still reg as voters? i duno the process actually~ i didn’t know i have to register even, i tot every malaysian automatically become voter as they reach 21

    –> you must go and register by yourself. go to any nearby post office and tell them you want to register. screw them if they tell you that you cannot register there. the registration is open all year long. for the 12th GE, the train has indeed left the station but yet u can always register for the 13th GE and so on 🙂 thank you!

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  5. suituapui wrote on Feb 27, 2008 at 5:34 pm

    U a teacher by any chance, bongkersz? U sound like one! Wakakakaka! Dont worry! Nobody listens to teachers. It has often been said that students dont do what their teachers ask them to, and they do what their teachers ask them not to.

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  6. suituapui wrote on Feb 27, 2008 at 5:48 pm

    And u said, ‘Dont mislead people…’ Hmmm..that’s subjective, depends on who’s talking or which the speaker’s on. P.S. That last pic ur girlfriend? The one u’re going to get married to soon? Wakakakaka…see if this comment sparks off anything!

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  7. matterofchoice2008 wrote on Feb 27, 2008 at 6:18 pm

    Time to vote for Jeff Ooi and the Opposition. Time to negate corrupted BN government who SAPU all from rakyat. Exercise your right now!!

    TAK NAK TO HIGH CRIME
    TAK NAK TO CORRUPTION
    TAK NAK TO UNBEARABLE INFLATION
    TAK NAK TO LINGAM SCANDAL
    TAK NAK TO CHUA SOI LEK SCANDAL
    TAK NAK TO NEPOTISM
    TAK NAK TO SAPU-FROM-RAKYAT POLICIES
    TAK NAK TO ………….

    http://www.geocities.com/matterofchoice2008/My_page.html

    Yes, we need the check and balance for good governance.
    Please call upon all friends and relatives to vote for the Opposition.
    Please do ourselves favour by sending the right candidates to parliment
    to voice up for us. Especially Penang and Jelutong voters, we need more
    and more of your supports to reject BN parasites in the Parliment.

    Please call upon your friends and relatives, vote for the Opposition.
    Especially those staying in Penang, please vote for the Opposition. Let
    the Parliment have the real voice of rakyat.

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  8. Patt Irmina wrote on Feb 27, 2008 at 7:35 pm

    my friends and i were having watching tv3 while lunching at our faculty’s cafe, and we saw all the election ads on TV. one thing we notice, its ALL BN’s ad. Its so obvious that BN is manipulating the media. Why,are the oppositions not given any chances to campaign thru the media? it’s NOT FAIR! It’s definitely NOT DEMOCRACY.

    –> for obvious reasons patt. that’s people like me choose to blog for the opposition, to give them a balanced coverage and a level playing field. if nobody do that, their voice would never be heard. that’s why BERSIH asked for a free and fair election process. but, as you can see, with biased coverage, limited reports, odds are stacked heavily against them. is that fair? so much about democracy heh? cakap tak serupa bikin lah 🙂 and, asking for fair coverage, is talking politics? it is very much a normal issue to talk about and yet people shy away

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  9. zewt wrote on Feb 28, 2008 at 12:17 am

    hahahahahahaha… damn simple right?

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