Wednesday, April 27, 2011

This blog is an open resource until 7 May 2011

I want to announced that this entire blog will be an open resource to all parties taking part in the coming elections. They will be free to use my blog postings for articles and speeches without citation.

17 comments:

Anthony said...

like!

solo bear said...

Very generous of you. Btw, spelling error in your main post. Should be "entire" and not "antire".

Maomao said...

Dear Lucky

Thank you for your generosity.

I am a follower of your blog for the last 2 years.

I'm sure it will be of good help to those standing for elections. Especially the opposition as what you had mentioned in your previous articles were very realistic issues that requires thorough examinations by the government.

The indepth analysis on the consequences of their failures in addressing these issue will also enpower the voters to think deeper; on pressing issues that concerns them like medical, housing and cost of living, before casting their votes.

Thank you

No_eye_see said...

Thank you Lucky.

We appreciate your work over all these years.

You have a good heart, and are a true patriot!

*salute*

Anonymous said...

I am proud to have a fellow Singaprean like you, Mr Tan.

I have been reading your blog for quite a few years and single handedly, you are able to produce the writing, which could only be done by an institution.

I was hoping that you would come out and champion for us. If u did, I would also come out to work for you.

Anonymous said...

Friend, even for PAP articles can post here? Or you allow opp only?

Anonymous said...

alrigh then, let's support the tory part (uk & canada); the liberal party (down under); the national party (nz) and the gop (usa).

Anonymous said...

Dear Lucky,

I applaud your effort. I have been reading your posts in the past few months and I am impressed by your logic and analysis.

Please keep up your good work!

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Anonymous said...

when the corrupted govt is overthrown, Can Obama Tan show his face publicly ? I like to thank Obama Tan personally when the time comes.

SG VOTER said...

Just received a copy of the PAP manifesto 2011. On page 7, here is the paragraph :

" Good primary schools in every neighbourhood

We are transforming primary education across the island:

• More teachers in every school. We will have one teacher for every 16 pupils by 2015, compared to 19 pupils in 2010 and 26 in 2000. There will also be more allied educators, such as specialists in learning disabilities. "
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Liar ! There are 40 pupils in 2010 and not 19 pupils per class! Is he talking about elite primary school ? Pui ! Pui !

Anonymous said...

speech from chee soon juan nearly hit 100,000 just a few days.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVcXYYcWjtI

Anonymous said...

@SG VOTER

My eyes almost popped out when I saw 19 pupils/class! LOL! It is still about 40 children/class isn't it, elite schools excepted. Looks like class sizes have not changed very much since my primary school days in the 1970s!

Anonymous said...

We all have a responsibility and a part to play - the GE2011 result will be the result of how seriously we take our parts. Stop complaining and think for yourselves - we get the government we vote for. Majullah

Thanks Lucky for playing your part - we hope to do as well as you.

Anonymous said...

We dun want "affordable HDB", we want cheap housing for Singaporean. Vote out MBT! Vote out monopoly policy.

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