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PAP MPs barely hold back joy, hail badminton as favourite childhood sport of all time

Posted on 14 January 2019

They are preparing to fly overseas to pose for photos.


PAP MPs from that particular walk of life, who like to claim credit when things go well and make learning points out of errors and move on when things go badly, are in pounce position.

This after a Singaporean badminton player Loh Kean Yew beat two-time Olympic gold medallist Lin Dan and emerged champion at the Thailand Masters finals on Sunday, Jan. 13.

One Singaporean, Yin Leow Loh, said: “It is good to see PAP MPs supportive of sports in Singapore.”

“After the sportsmen and sportswomen win.”

“Keeping a close watch on Singapore sports to celebrate wholeheartedly when there is a win must be made into a full-time job.”

“Takes a lot of expertise to do it.”

“Loh Kean Yew has been adopted as the new LKY.”

“Coincidence? Don’t think so.”

Other locals said politicians celebrating wins will also have its upside.

Another local, Shu Tng Kor, said: “It is funny how no PAP politicians claim credit for Singapore football’s abysmal results.”

“Shows you the true class of leadership we’ve elected.”


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