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Comment on Rev Bishop Paul Tan condemns polling on Sunday but there were 3 GEs held on SUNDAY by Anonymous

Posted: 15 Apr 2013 10:12 AM PDT

Venezuelans just elected Nicolas Marudo the new president. Venezuela is 98pc Catholic and the presidential elections was held on Sunday. Only in Malaysia Bishop Paul says cannot because Catholics must pray on Sunday.” – An SMS from a reader

Bishop Paul Tan was quick to condemn Najib Razak’s decision to set the 13th General Election on a Sunday (May 5th) as a show of disrespect to Christians in the country and “just proves that (his) 1Malaysia slogan was merely rhetorical and not intended to be substantive”.

The Bishop intended to sound harsh. Unfortunately, he was also a little too hasty and, I’d hasten to add, pitifully ignorant. He was obviously not aware that Venezuela, where well over 95% of the population adheres to Christianity, had just gone to the polls to elect their new President – on a Sunday.

Sunday is a holy day for the Christians in Venezuela, too, I am sure. So Bishop Paul, you were saying something about disrespect to Christians?

Comment on Rev Bishop Paul Tan condemns polling on Sunday but there were 3 GEs held on SUNDAY by Mohamad Sukri Hassan

Posted: 15 Apr 2013 09:05 AM PDT

Bishop Tan is a strong DAP supporter and DAP is increasingly becoming very christian. Any remark that will help christian hate the BN will help DAP. Bravo Bishop Tan

Comment on Rev Bishop Paul Tan condemns polling on Sunday but there were 3 GEs held on SUNDAY by aridztechalan

Posted: 15 Apr 2013 09:04 AM PDT

WHAT INSPIRED THIS FELLOW TO COMPLAINED…? HIS BULLSHITTT…..HEHEHOHO

Comment on Rev Bishop Paul Tan condemns polling on Sunday but there were 3 GEs held on SUNDAY by paul

Posted: 15 Apr 2013 08:44 AM PDT

hmmmmm…..something fishy about this guy..hah

Comment on Rev Bishop Paul Tan condemns polling on Sunday but there were 3 GEs held on SUNDAY by RD.

Posted: 15 Apr 2013 08:25 AM PDT

I am baffle too. I haven’t a slightest idea that this is going to be an issue with Malaysian at all.
The Christian is about 9% and not everybody goes to Church, anyway. Their masses can also be held on Saturday. When Christmas, Easter or any other celebration falls on Saturday and after partying and boozing the whole night, Churches have been known to postpone Sunday’s congregation to another day. I do not see any problem at all.

Or is it a case of ‘sudah besar kepala’ and ‘sudah diberi betis, mahu peha pula’?

For God’s sake, I hope Lim Guan Eng will not support the Bishop on this issue of Sunday being declared a polling day. He will only alienate further DAP supporters who are Buddhist and Hindus, the second and third largest faith in Malaysia, respectively.

Comment on Rev Bishop Paul Tan condemns polling on Sunday but there were 3 GEs held on SUNDAY by ylwong

Posted: 15 Apr 2013 07:52 AM PDT

It would be nice if you just leave Bishop Paul Tan’s comments alone. He’s an apolitical church leader after all and it would do you no good to criticise him.

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