Faced with the “Fury” (火大) protests organized by the Democratic Progressive Party, Ma should come clean and apologize to the public for his failures, instead of trying to evade the issue by saying that the government is trying its best. A prompt reshuffle of his Cabinet, to see if another set of heads can come up with better ideas, could be the only thing that stops him from being engulfed by the public’s fury.
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