[color=blue]K.M.T. [/color]stands for:
[color=blue]K[/color]een! [color=blue]M[/color]e [color=blue]T[/color]oo!
“You guys want to have a referendum? [color=blue]Keen! Me Too! [/color]Ours will be about joining Taipei city with Taipei county.”
A serious concern of the Taiwanese people for sure.
“You guys accuse us of ill-gotten gain and tax evasion? [color=blue]Keen! Me Too! [/color]We will get a fugitive from justice who illegally escaped prosecution to make unfounded accusations by fax from overseas. Then we’ll make up some stories about insider trading by the first lady.
“You guys had a wildly successful national rally? [color=blue]Keen! Me Too! [/color]Ours will be about nothing (hence the 3-13 name). Well we better have some sort of theme so we’ll take on the problem that we actually started and perfected, Black Gold and tack on the idea that we should have a new president”.
As if that isn’t what the whole election process is about and what election eve rallies are for.
Have you ever seen a political party (oh, excuse me, joint political parties, an even more bizarre idea for an administration) that is more bereft of original ideas?
[color=blue]K.M.T. = Keen! Me Too![/color]
It crossed my mind also that the DPP should show up to denote the hypocrisy of this event but it would likely result in a riot. Better to issue a public statement outlining the fact.