There are many who believe that it could be up to 10% of the votes being rigged. Hence, through whatever means that BN had been doing to obtain votes fraudulenly, including votes buying, and taking into account of the possible 10% votes obtained illegally and fraudulently, isn't it possible that Pakatan Rakyat should be the government of the day after March 8?
Then let's talk about Project IC in Sabah. Some calls it Project Mahathir. What percentage of votes BN obtained fraudulently?
Hence, if one questions morality, then the simple answer is that IT IS MORALLY CORRECT for Anwar Ibrahim and Pakatan Rakyat to lay claim to whatever that belongs to the people.
That is my opinion. BN had lost on March 8 IF the general election was void of frauds.
However, let's hear what the others opined:
1. B K Ong feels that since parliamentarians are elected by the people, it would only be fair that party hoppers in particular should go back to voters for a new mandate.
2. USM senior lecturer P Sivamurugan feels that it is unethical and undemocratic for Anwar to take over without the people's mandate.
3. Hindu Action Network coordinator G Mugunthan claims that most people want Pakatan to assume power 'by hook or crook' because they desire change. He further argues that the cleanliness of the electoral process is viewed with suspicion and the widespread allegations that the national polls are marred by fraud itself demands a change of government.
Morality? If the election is clean and transparent, then it is morally wrong for Anwar Ibrahim and Pakatan Rakyat to snatch power. But since we know that election is anything by a fraud in Malaysia, it is morally correct for Anwar Ibrahim and Pakatan Rakyat to wrest back from BN what is rightfully ours.
I, as a registered voter as well as a anak Bangsa Malaysia, demand that what's rightfully mine be returned!