Everyone and his dog has blogged about Pak Lah's announcement of abdicating the throne to make way for Najib in two years' time.
That, my friends, is a very long time indeed.
Forget about the fact that our system is technically a democracy (though some would very fiercely disagree with me), and that we head for the ballot boxes - to choose our elected representatives and consequently, the Number One man - about once in every five years.
Pak Lah has certainly forgotten about that.
Really, I don't know if I can bear this man for 5 minutes longer.
This is the incompetent fool who claimed that the roadblocks were put into place to reduce hindrances and traffic jams.
To those of you who were caught in those awful, massive traffic jams on your way to work, combusting copious amounts of RM2.70/litre worth of petrol, be informed: those roadblocks were to ensure that "disturbances" would not occur.
To those of you who witnessed the heavy police presence, you may be forgiven for thinking that the Gestapo had collaborated with the Hamas to take over Kuala Lumpur city.
Not quite. It was merely in anticipation of protests ahead of a motion of no confidence in the PM. And to keep Anwar Ibrahim off a 5km radius of the Parliament.
My mother was impressed. "Is the government really *that* afraid of Anwar?" she asked.
Possibly terrified. Possibly not.
But you can probably anticipate what's going to happen within these next two years.