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end of the day, it all rests on 'good men'. those in powers are assuring you they are 'good' sin free men. therefore, you can trust them to do the right thing in your interests.

hmm..i think we are perhaps the only nation who is blessed with such leadership. extraordinary men incapable of wrong, misjudgement and malice. probably not born the usual way.

even the carperter when praised for being 'good' was quick to dismiss it and said: none is good except God.

there is no greater destruction in people's lives than a fallacy engineered and selfishly defended.

We are blessed with the best leadership in the world! We need to pay ministers high salaries to maintain their incorruptibility; then because they are incorruptible, we can implement policies/amendments that are otherwise questionable; then because we implement these kind of policies, all the more we need leaders with integrity and so we have to pay them high salaries.

It goes round and round in a perfect circle.

Heritage of system vs dependence on human infallibility

(Anonymous)
Tsk, tsk, which is a more stable and self-correcting system? Have a system of checks and counter-checks vs dependence on human infallibility.

J's reasoning that "the president has been consulted on that and he supports it" cuts no ice. Who voted for this current so-called "elected" president? Isn't he also nominated by the Executive whose influence is being debated on the current issue?

I'm outta here, asap. Hope the crash does not come before I exit.

Re: Heritage of system vs dependence on human infallibility

Elected President is to serve as check and balance ok! As long as he doesn't try to check the reserves.

Re: Heritage of system vs dependence on human infallibility

(Anonymous)
Don't forget, also doesn't try to check those who are going to hang.

Re: Heritage of system vs dependence on human infallibility

Hang ones still ok lah. Just don't check the number of strokes in caning.

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