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Working Out The Issues: Singapore Presidential Elections - Who has the highest chance?

In response to my facebook friend's comment, I decided to give my 2-cents' worth of comments on the Singapore Presidential Election which is "heating" up. Keeping abreast of the presidential election from Toronto is quite different from being in the heat of things during the Parliamentary Elections in Singapore. During the latter days, I had the chance of attending the rallies and watching live updates on TV. Looking at the event from the internet can only give me limited perspective. In any case, I still have my take on my choice and analysis. I thought Mr Tan Kin Lian comes across as rather hilarious..Who would come out with a slogan, "High 5!"? personally, I feel that it must be someone who has the flair of looking at things from the brighter side. I thought his logo would appeal more to the little ones than the adult electoral. It's pretty much a waste cos Mr Tan can b...

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