Saturday, June 14, 2008
Stop horsing around!
The Nation newspaper of Thailand has quoted the country's Interior Minister Chalerm Yoobamrung as telling district chiefs in provinces to travel on horseback following sharp fuel prices. Talk about a politician putting his foot in the mouth, this one surely beats them all. The supplement, Daily Xpress, has a picture of Chalerm getting into his expensive Bentley, but doesn't say if it's an official or personal car. Still, his idiotic suggestion, although environment friendly, has drew chuckles in the country. Si Chompoo chief Preecha Saiprasert said he would stick to his motorcycle while his Nakhon Si Thammarat counterpart Kairaj Kaewedee refused to be drawn on Chalerm's idea, saying he needed to see the policy in writing. Still, the newspaper managed to find a leather worker Phanu Nimchompoo, who has been seen on horseback on local streets, for years even before petrol became expensive. Meanwhile, the Nation put on its front page today that the price of gas for vehicles would be raised next month.
Posted by The Writer at 11:31 PM
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They will have to come up with a new way to clean up the horse poo..before they get mingled under the tyres of cars and rain etc etc. Oh my..what a scene it will be. It is almost funny. Poor ministers, one wonders what thoughts go through their brains every minute.Poor people, now that they know the calibre of their policy makers.
Mr Chun Wai,
What about local idiots, they seem to shoot their mouths off too ie tighten yr belt la, be prudent la, change yr lifestyle la etc etc etc
Now, why dont you wag these MPs ke ke ke, sorry "thinking allowed" mah lol
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