23 February 2009

The Times - ‘We want Zuma, corrupt or not’

ANC Youth League president Julius Malema outdid himself at a rally in Durban’s Cato Manor yesterday, branding DA leader Helen Zille “racist”, “colonialist” and “imperialist”.

Her deputy, Joe Seremane’s “ role . .. is to smile at the madam every time,” he said.

IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi was “Mickey Mouse” and COPE consisted of “angryists” who “don’ t smile”.

He came to ANC president Jacob Zuma’s defence: “If Zuma is corrupt, then we want him with all his corruption. We want him with all his weaknesses. If he is uneducated, then we want him as our uneducated president.”

Zuma, he said, understood SA economics, which amounted to: “Put a bread on the table. We don’t want sophistication.”

The Times - ‘We want Zuma, corrupt or not’

There is a little more to running a country than putting bread on the table. And this country needs a leader who cares not about his own pocket but about the well-being of the entire country. The ANC has failed us for long enough.

Do I really need to say anything else? Corrupt or not? No thank you!


Do not want!

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