And, "criticizing the politicians (both from the US and Malaysian sides) ain't going to make things any better" isn't true. The truth hurts isn't it? Those politicians seemed nice, but most aren't. Of course, I disagree with calling anyone with swear words but not all of them do.

Yes, voicing your opinions to the leaders (Muslims or non-Muslims) who oppress other people is allowed, but do so appropriately through the right means. Doing so through anonymous comments on blog posts and news articles are certainly not the proper means. Be accountable for your opinions, so people know who to refer to for clarification and further information. The fact that social media allow the means to be 'anonymous' does not mean that you should use it for every single thing, politics or non-politics.
My status, by any means whatsoever, does not refer to all the comments and posts on the internet. It is merely directed to those who use inappropriate words and, like you said, swearing and cursing at the parties involved (from both sides). Perhaps it wasn't as clear as I intended it to be, and apologies for that, I shall add in a disclaimer or two at the end.
Thanks for the comments, though, I'll keep that in mind :) I'm not much of a fan of the political world, with nice or bad politicians whatsoever. Just that the way people are reacting to issues (political, economy, social, etc) in Malaysia are just getting on my nerves. That's all. :)
(though, I regret the fact that I'm turning 21 next year and therefore have to educate myself on the politics of Malaysia, since I'd be responsible for the outcome if I do not make an educated decision during elections.)