A MIC leader says while the police can act with speed against those who allegedly make seditious statements, it however drags its feet on more important matters.
The former premier states that BN will continue to support Najib Tun Razak because there is no alternative.
The opposition leader says that Pakatan Rakyat instigates the people to defend their rights and stand up against 'robbers'.
Is the ruling coalition cooking up a fatal recipe, one which may see the simmering cauldron of discontent boil over ala Arabia?
Why were the likes of Ibrahim Ali, Zulkifli Noordin and Ridhuan Tee Abdullah allowed to roam free despite making incendiary remarks about race and religion?
If Pakatan had seized federal power, Malaysia would have lost an opposition leader who embodies the struggle of David against Goliath. BN, on the other hand, would make a deplorable opposition.
The 73-year-old cleric is passionate about his chosen path, and his faith and conviction motivate him to speak out against injustices, which has earned him both bouquets and brickbats.
Bishop Paul Tan explains that while he abstains from partisan politics, he supports electoral watchdog Bersih in its cause for free and fair polls.
'We are not interested in the Election Commission fixing the mistakes in the coming general election. We want the commission to declare that Pakatan won the 13th GE,' thunders Anwar.
The ABU leader says that the planned street rally to oust the BN government is not a clarion call for a violent uprising.
Last night, Kelana Jaya witnessed a powerful display of people power. Dressed in black, they came to mourn the death of democracy.
He has now accomplished so much more than what he could have as just another Umno president and default prime minister.
The BN chairman may have won the elections, but he has lost the moral authority to govern this nation.
The coalition performs even worse than in the 2008 general election, with Pakatan improving on its parliament seats tally.
Setev Shaariibuu is still looking for closure. And he urges Malaysians to vote for justice on polling day, which falls on the eve of his daughter's birthday.
For the first time, the Bersih chairperson has been invited to speak at a BN forum. And she is more than willing to do so.
WargaAman is calling on Indian voters to turn their backs on BN and vote for change instead.
On a sarcastic note, Gerakan president Koh Tsu Koon tells the voters in Gelang Patah to help the DAP veteran by voting for his opponent.
Bishop Paul Tan has criticised Muhammad Muhammad Taib for his shocking remarks on the alleged Christian propensity for violence.
A video has surfaced showing the crowd at the mosque mobbing the venerated PAS leader and Putrajaya candidate Husam Musa, which some say signals the mood of change.
It is not about forgiving Zulkifli Noordin, it is whether the Indians will forgive the BN chairman. One is seen as a wolf but is the other being seen as a wolf in sheep's clothing?
As far as perception is concerned, BN represents a pirate ship and all on board are pirates who helped keep the vessel afloat in order to terrorise the seas for more than five decades.
This is the message that the Malaysian Hindu Movement is planning to drive into the hearts and minds of Indian voters during its nationwide campaign, spurred by the decision to field Zulkifli Noordin.
Political observer and author Kee Thuan Chye says the move has proven Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak's adeptness at trickery.