It is actually much harder to be a politician (to have to talk and spin their way around) than to be a registered and voting voter. To be a politician, you have to research facts (or get your people to do the dirty work for you), present the facts as it is or distort them cleverly or stupidly, answer reporters off the cuff and earn applause for intelligent answers or get ridiculed for goblok answers and constantly put on a confident face even though you are under stress whether you will get the people's support. On the other hand, to be a voter, you just need to go to the nearest registration centre with your identity card. You don't even have to give a press conference after registering.
So please, stop criticising the government or opposition parties unless you are already a registered voter. And if you are already a registered voter, make sure you vote when election comes around. Every vote counts. If you vote for the government, apart from your vote counting towards the performance of the candidate of your choice, your vote will represent the overall votes obtained by the government throughout the country. Similarly if you vote for the opposition (whichever party you choose). In Malaysia, the simple majority vote wins and gets the seat. So, assuming in the weird scenario that all BN candidates get 1 extra vote over their challengers, BN is effectively ruling the country by a majority of less than 223 votes. In some areas, they might even be the minority in this example - BN 150 votes, DAP 140 and PAS 130 in a 3 candidate fight. That would of course, make a mockery of what some BN politicians saying that the majority of the citizens are supporting them without taking into account the real number of voters for BN vis a vis the opposition parties.
As for you who are below the age of 21, you are excused. Criticise all you want but make sure you get yourself registered when you reach 21.