10. Altantuya Shaaribuu being implicated with Najib Tun Razak simply because Razak Baginda is his political secretary. A political drama unfolded out of perception and being played on and on and on... zzzzzz....
9. Pak Lah announcing in his 2004 election manifesto to fight corruption and misuse of power but the son-in-law and son proving otherwise, in which will bring the premier down after a short spell in Putrajaya.
8. Khir Toyo and his handling of Selangor Government. Nuff said. And Khir Toyo as himself, after GE 2008 results. Baru nak cari Tuhan...
7. Jamaludin and Osman bluntly claimed the China Dolls offered to them are just like "Sedekah".
6. Statutory declarations made by many people simply for political purposes. The crazed prince Raja Petra claimed Rosmah was at the murder scene of Altantuya Shaaribu which is too good to be true, like a Hindustan movie. One private investigator claiming the victim was sodomised and then ran away claiming making statements 'under duress'.
5. Saiful Bukhari giving away his modesty (and his political ambitions) for fame. His uncle, Uncle Pet has repeatedly said Saiful is strong but his sissy-ness proved otherwise.
4. "Dari Permatang Pauh ke Putrajaya." The slogan made for the by-election in Permatang Pauh featuring Anwar Ibrahim, promoting Anwar's immediate return to Government as the Prime Minister using the defection channel. Hypocracy is at large when Pakatan has accused UMNO being arrogant but this slogan beats them all.
3. "Bagi semua (projek) dekat menantu dia!" Mahathir, Father of Hypocrite, barking at Pak Lah for the latter's practice of nepotism and cronysim while his son, Mokhzani Mahathir's net worth is about 200Million US Dollars by Forbes.
2. "Mogok Lapar" by extremists the Hindraf group. What more annoying is how they tainted the good image of Malaysia and claimed UMNO and Islam are exercising ethnic cleansing towards Malaysian Indians. Selamat Menyambut Thaipusam, a public holiday which does not even exist in Singapore.
1. "Lompat Si Katak Lompat". The idea of party-hopping re-invented and made popular by Anwar Ibrahim to bring 31 MPs to Pakatan Rakyat to form a new federal government. However, Najib made Anwar tasted his own poison by re-claiming Perak. In addition, Sultan's orders were denied by certain people who claimed themselves Malaysians what not Malays. The supporters, being in denial, are angry with the BN way of regaining the state however they have 'forgotten' how their 'great' leader Anwar publicly promote the idea of defections. Many Malaysians, particularly the Malays, have lost their trust on Pakatan to keep the Sultanate Institution, Malay rights, NEP and the so called strong bond among the coalition parties under PR.