The aftermath of the Permatang Pauh by election has left the political scenario engulfed with sprinkles of political stardusts and political outcasts. The outcasts seems to outweigh all other fallouts. Starting with the offer enslave himself as the obedient servant of BN by hoping to be picked as the candidate to stand against Anwar Ibrahim, only to find the proposition snubbed, this political hopeful struggled to make it to the limelight.
Realising the zeal and pull of his speaches are already extinguished, he tried as hard as he can to scale back to the top his popularity. But the slide is unstoppable; it is inevitable. There is no stopping that the sideline is your destiny, as the proverb puts it melukut would not make it into the gantang. You would stay there just like a former PAS leader who has already confirmed his melukut status in UMNO.
The cake would not be so appealing if there is no icing. By firing an empty salvo regarding the allocation of funds in JAIS, the final nail on the coffin has been placed in position. The Menteri Besar of Selangor labelled it as a filthy accusation. Surely it must have come from a filthy mouth.
After all, a melukut needs an icing too.