After pubic hairs, the Democrat now are speaking about… a website

It’s a perfect illustration of what the Democrat Party is doing : nothing.

After a story of… pubic hairs, some conspiracy against General Prem (who cares ? !)… now they are talking about… a website supporting Thaksin, soon to be closed.

I mean, the story is so thin... that I even refuse to copy it here. 😉

On one hand, the Samak government is doing… not much (sorry, the Prime Minister is going to cook tonight for the burmese PM… an old friend)… but on the other hand the Democrat Party (allegedly leaded by a young and brillant politician, educated in the UK)… is doing EVEN LESS.

Every day, they try to make the headlines with some really stupid and ridiculous stories, very far away from the people’s concerns.

I really start to believe that the Democrat Party is preparing, with an astonishing dedication, its next electoral defeat.

4 Responses to “After pubic hairs, the Democrat now are speaking about… a website”


  1. 1 Jo 29 April 2008 at 5:53 pm

    It is a shame, my country is caught up in stagnation. Nothing goes forward, only the rich get richer. This country is run like a company with a terrible CEO.

    My boyfriend couldn’t believe that Samak got elected after he heard him speaking in this interview on Al Jazeera some months ago. Truly a shame.

  2. 2 thaicrisis 30 April 2008 at 6:25 am

    Well Jo… we are many foreigners to share your frustrations.

    But I’m afraid that… it could last a long time.

    Thailand needs some really deep changes… And it won’t happen overnight.

    And first, the country needs to settle the issue of the King’s succession.

    That’s really a key point.

  3. 3 tUM|BleR 30 April 2008 at 3:15 pm

    I see all this as a very trivial matter, the Democrat once again displaying their dirty and outdated political side. At least they know how to play the game. They let someone who’s not from the top of the party’s hierarchy to handle this issue, while the ‘creams’ (Abhisit, Korn, etc.) are not taking any part in this. Unfortunately any more act of nonsense like this in the future is not gonna get them the votes they so badly crave for.

  4. 4 tUM|BleR 30 April 2008 at 3:23 pm

    My point is, Abhisit still has a long way to go to transform his party into a credible political institution. I’m sure he doesn’t like this way of playing the game that the old-styled party members are so accustomed to, but as long as he doesn’t have the ability to earn total respect from every faction in the party (like Chuan had) then he won’t be able to turn his Oxford-influenced vision into reality.


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Thailand Crisis

Coup, Economic slowdown, Terror In the South... The situation is worsening in Thailand. Bumpy road like often before.

But this time, it's different.

The key to understand the present turmoil is the inevitable... succession of King Bhumibol.


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