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The fault for the fiasco rests squarely on the shoulders of the KMT leadership, especially that of Chu Lilun, its chairman, who refused to be his party's candidate for the presidency. This led to Hong Siuchu volunteering to run for the president's office, even though she is not as well known as her rival, Tsai Ingwen. Now that Hong has gotten more popular, and more acceptable as a person, even if not as a politician, to even the DPP base, for the KMT to revoke her nomination as its candidate, it would have to imply that the KMT intends to lose to DPP by default, without even a fight, which is all that Hong could promise her party.|
Hong is right to compare herself with Yue Fei, who was sacrificed by his own emperor for being too loyal to the real emperor who at that time was a captive of the enemy.
If the choice of Hong is wrong, then what is right?