Thanks to wall-to-wall coverage of him over the past three years in the alternative media and a catalogue of own goals, he has emerged as probably the most disliked person in Malaysia today and the person most likely to have to take the fall for BN’s showing in Election 2008..........
..........An Umno division chief, who requested anonymity, said: "The view on the ground among Umno members is that Khairy played a pivotal role in drawing up the list of election candidates. They believe he was trying to be a kingmaker. That is why many candidates were rejected by the divisions and even our own Umno members.
"There is a great deal of anger against him and the PM.
"I think that the feeling of frustration against the PM will only die down if Khairy steps down as Umno Youth deputy chief.''
The Malaysian Insider understands that Khairy – who until recently was being touted as the next Umno Youth chief and a future minister – could be looking at giving up his position in the youth movement, signaling probably the end of a meaningful political career for the country’s fastest rising star.In the days after the Opposition took control of five states and denied the ruling coalition its traditional two-thirds majority in Parliament, the knives were being sharpened for the back of the Oxford-educated economist.
If this happens, it will be the end of a career that once seemed destined for the apex of Malaysian politics...........I really don't know but the writing is on the wall, faint or clear depending on where you are standing.....go here for a clearer look.