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whybother

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  1. "There is not even any legal requirement for foreigners to inform his office of any changes, he added."
  2. Considering that some of those deaths and injuries were caused by red shirts, you can't really put the drop at the feet of Abhisit can you?
  3. Who has Abhisit cracked down on? A few people have been charged with LM crimes ... by the army and police. A few people have been charged with terrorism and other crimes in relation to the protests last year ... by the police. A few unlicenced radio stations have been shut down ... by the police. dont remember this article ? http://nationmultime...on_30045480.php Junta's bills stifle free expression in run-up to vote Thailand will vote tomorrow in a national referendum for a new constitution that the government says will guarantee democratic rights, including press freedom and freedom of expression. Published on August 18, 2007 And that's related to Abhisit how?
  4. Who has Abhisit cracked down on? A few people have been charged with LM crimes ... by the army and police. A few people have been charged with terrorism and other crimes in relation to the protests last year ... by the police. A few unlicenced radio stations have been shut down ... by the police.
  5. Why? Was she even there when they supposedly committed the crime? Is this actually reported somewhere?
  6. The English: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/3404374/Former-Manchester-City-FC-owner-Thaksin-Shinawatra-banned-from-Britain.html The Germans: http://www.news24.com/World/News/Germany-bans-Thaksin-20090610 The Japanese: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2009/02/05/politics/politics_30095066.php Along with a number of countries that have banned Thaksin from using their country for political purposes.
  7. You're probably right. They thought he was bad because he's a criminal, not because of his English.
  8. In a debate, it's not just a matter of just saying what your promises are, but also explaining how they're going to work and how they're going to be paid for. Why can't Abhisit introduce something new? Isn't he allowed to have new policies? What are the flaws of the current government? The only one Thaksin supporters seem to be able to come up with how eggs are being sold.
  9. Huh? How did you come up with that?
  10. whybother

    Current Thinking On How The Poll Will Play Out

    It must be a big secret, since the BJT won by-elections convincingly while already in a Dem alliance. The recent announcement supports the fact that the BJT will jump into bed with anyone to make sure they are in government. How does voting for BJT favour PTP?
  11. whybother

    Opinion Polls Show Pheu Thai Still Ahead

    Yeah. It's not like the red shirts have propaganda radio stations and news, is it!
  12. whybother

    Opinion Polls Show Pheu Thai Still Ahead

    I'm sorry ... I left the sarcasm emoticon off.
  13. whybother

    Current Thinking On How The Poll Will Play Out

    Last election BJT didn't exist. They were part of the PPP. In by-elections since the Democrats got into government, BJT MPs (ie used to be PPP) got re-elected under the BJT banner. Most of these MPs could campaign under the XYZ banner and still get elected.
  14. whybother

    Opinion Polls Show Pheu Thai Still Ahead

    ... to be paid for their vote.
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