Perhaps it shouldn't surprise me that Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra would get so much grief from Bangkok's elites, when _ for once in her short political career _ she decided to utter some words (albeit not her own) of actual substance in the so-called "Mongolia Speech".
Soon after, true to form, Ms Yingluck was verbally harassed by Abhisit of Nazareth and his Sermon from the Mount, and harangued by his feeble flock of dedicated disciples.
A Thai Rath cartoonist derided her in social media. Other writers begged her to stay home to stop embarrassing Thailand by airing our dirty laundry in front of the international community.
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