I'm writing this letter to rub in the fact that you lost the parliamentary seat under the Barisan Nasional ticket.
Usually I'm not all that nasty, but this time I'm of the opinion that you truly deserve it.
Just in case you haven't had time to look through the results of your disastrous attempts to run for elections, here it is:
P.122 SEPUTEH (76,371)
1. Carol Chew Chee Lin (BN-MCA) 19,738
2. Teresa Kok Suh Sim (DAP) 47,230
Malays: 5.6% Chinese: 86.7% Indians: 4.5% Others: 0.1%
Looks like you have gained some notoriety this elections for losing under the biggest majority ever.
Perhaps The New Straits Times (which is such rabid drivel of a newspaper owned by Barisan Nasional, the party you represent) should not have attempted such a ludicrous spin on how you were going to SLAY Teresa Kok in Seputeh.
In case you haven't realised, you got quite exterminated. Annihilated. Devastated. Bulldozed. Trampled. You catch my drift.
Do you know why you lost?
Firstly, you joined the wrong political party. You didn't have your finger on the pulse of the nation.
Really, you should try and get online more often. With our lack in freedom of speech, the blogosphere is where most of the vents and dissatisfactions are aired. And on the internet, there are no holds barred.
Barisan Nasional has made so many significant and unforgiveable blunders and mistakes. And yet, you still affiliated yourself with them to the extent of resorting to sexist propaganda; evidently standard operating procedure for any popular BN member of parliament.
Which by the way, was your second mistake. Teresa Kok is much liked by her constituents as well as the average person about town. She is not the most fiery female MP (that title is reserved for Fong Po Kuan) but she gets the issues sorted out.
So, claiming that Teresa was adulterously ditching the Seputeh constituency for Kinrara was just suicidal and a severe waste of billboard propaganda. But I'm sure you don't mind the wastage since it is us taxpayers who are footing the bill.
Besides, it spoke volumes about your character, rather than Ms Kok's when you resorted to cheap, underhand methods of attracting attention. Please do not delude yourself further - you were not "merely reflecting the people’s sentiments" at all.
Perhaps, the next five years could be spent reflecting on how not to stoop to cheap tactics on another woman and attending gender sensitivity courses to help you purge yourself of the sexism that is so rampant in Barisan Nasional and MCA, in particular.
Yours truly (or maybe not),