From Thairath, February 18, 2016
Title: Invite grandpa Meechai to take a math course!
Constitution drafter Meechai points to a board: If Mr. A gets twenty thousand votes, Mr. B gets ten thousand votes, Mr. C gets ten thousand votes and Mr. D gets ten thousand votes, it doesn’t mean Mr. A will win. Still, thirty thousand people didn’t vote for him.
On a constitution plinth: Weird
Sign at the top of the gate at right: Math class
Man at right: Don’t be foolish. No matter what Mr. A still wins. Mr. A has thirty thousand people who didn’t vote for him. Mr. B has forty thousand people who didn’t vote for him. Mr. C has forty thousand people who didn’t vote for him. Mr. D has forty thousand people who didn’t vote for him. Therefore, Mr. A has the least of people who don’t vote for him.
Phi Nooring: Illogical math
Mouse: Old man who loves rambling.
[Refers to the new draft constitution by Meechai. Politicians have criticized this draft particularly way in which proportional voting and other mechanisms spreads the power among all participants. It is thought this is to prevent another party controlled by Thaksin from dominating elections results.]