I'm bewildered that they don't see the irony of making statements like this:
Muhammad said it was irresponsible to make a promise and then retract it.
Just like it is irresponsible to be covertly smuggling a huge amount of money out of the country, failing to declare it at the Australian customs and then feigning an inability to understand English?
"Some might even construe it as a breach of trust, an abuse of goodwill, because a lot of people might have voted for the opposition based on that promise," he said, adding that Barisan Nasional always made promises based on its ability to deliver them.
"Breach of trust"? Highly amusing, coming from this turnip.
Now I agree with him that Barisan Nasional always made promises based on its ability to deliver them.
Better transportation, less corruption, lower inflation etc..
Unfortunately, those promises were rarely delivered. They were merely substituted with assurances that everything was spiffy in Bolehland.