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10/02/2008

Myth 190 - It could be worst

I am sure all Singaporeans are familiar with this myth. It could be worst. The current EMA raising electricity tariff by 21%. If not because of EMA and their buy forward policy, it could be worst. The raising of bus and MRT fares, it could be worst, or it could be more. The economy slowing down. It could be worst. Our high cost of living. It could be worst. We are all so lucky to be in good hands.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes it could be worse. The govt has the foresight and the proper plans in place for such eventuality. I am happy I do not have to pay for increases like in some other countries. We are lucky to have such good people looking after us, do not mind paying their million dollar salary.

redbean said...

yes, we were lucky to have a few good men. a few, not even a handful. and they carry the rest along.

we are not an orchestra carrying a few duds. we are more like a good sound system and many are just lipsyncing or going through the motion and claiming glory.

although many tend to run down the civil servants. but these are the people that do the bulk of the work without taking the glory.

Anonymous said...

Yes, yes, yes we are so lucky to have such a wonderful government. I am sure some people will be happy with all the praise we are heaping on the establishment. Now, they will ask us to stay and carry on with the apple polishing.

Anonymous said...

curry up, its finger licking good

Anonymous said...

curry up, its finger licking good

redbean said...

we have done very well, relatively when comparing with our immediate neighbours. now, along the way, we are getting more bright ideas that will destroy us just like it is destroying the usa now. greed when wrongly applied, will have its consequences.

Anonymous said...

Don't worry, someone just a few months ago said we are entering our golden age. Only thing is, he did not say for who.

Matilah_Singapura said...

I feel that stagflation is coming on, if not here already.

Rising prices. Declining economic. These are symptoms of stagflation, but on their won not a confirmation.

The more they pump money in, the longer it will go and it will worsen.

Anonymous said...

Much like Japan I suppose.