1. In 2004, Lee Hsien Loong became PM and promised to make Singapore an open society. Did he succeed, fail or simply change his mind? You decide.
2. The PAP says that the Workers Party want to plant time bombs that will "tear Singapore apart". But do you want to know what might really change the way our government operates and shut Parliament down for good?
3. The PAP wants your vote. Really? Depending on who you are and where you live, perhaps they would prefer that you don't get to vote at all.
4. Will voting for the Opposition really chase foreign investors away? Hmmm. Why don't we ask a billion-dollar foreign investor to tell us.
5. What does Osama bin Laden have in common with the Opposition candidates in Singapore? Check it out.
6. Recently MM Lee Kuan Yew was not very happy with some young Singaporeans whom he described as the "radical English-educated young". But would you like to meet the "radical English-educated old"?
7. PM Lee recently described a certain dead man as a founding father of Singapore. But what did this founding father really think about the PAP, the Opposition and politics in Singapore?
8. Singapore has a powerful strategy to fight corruption in our government and keep it clean. Why doesn't President George Bush use this method in the United States?
9. You'd rather read the Straits Times than Mr Wang's blog, because Mr Wang is a faceless blogger and faceless bloggers shouldn't be trusted. But what if you found out that sometimes the Straits Times writes almost exactly like Mr Wang?.
All said and done, Mr Wang urges you not to forget the PAP's many achievements over the years, which you all already know about. After all, Singapore is world-best, world-class and excellent in so many things. The people of Singapore should not ignore all that. Mr Wang simply encourages everyone to think more deeply about all the issues, and vote wisely.