Anilnetto shared several photos of empty Barisan Nasional services center in Permatang Pauh last night and immediately predicting – it is telltale sign of them losing the fight.

I kinda wary of these empty service centers.  Just as Susan Loone said – those guys and gals might have gone on a house to house campaigning and the PKR crowded service centers could also meant they just ‘loothing’ or ‘lepaking’ instead of doing their work!

However, gauging the comments that people left in this blog as well that of several pro-PR blogs – I believe Anwar has better chances. He may not be able to take over Putrajaya just yet – but he is surely heading there come next general election.

Meanwhile here an interesting snippet taken from bigdogdotcom a pro-BN blogger:

Walaupun Pengarah Pilihanraya BN Timbalan Perdana Menteri Dato’ Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak merupakn pemimpin yang jauh lebih baik dengan ucapan yang jauh lebuh bermutu berbanding dengan Anwar, namun begitu momentum yang dapat dijana oleh BN dalam kempen Permatang Pauh ini jauh lebih meleset berbanding dengan apa yang berjaya dilakukan PKR.

Dalam pada itu, kempen PKR di Permatang Pauh amatlah berstruktur dan effisyen. Jentera kempen dan sokongan kempen amatlah cekap, termasuk pengurusan media dan bahan untuk propaganda. Ianya begitu professional sehinggakan mirip kempen Barrack Obama, calon parti Democrat di Pilihanraya Presiden AS hujung tahun ini.

Why ask Anwar how he financed his campaign? Instead you should ask KJ 100 where he got the money to buy this big big car without having to work.