The whole bunch of experts sitting out there are telling us of all those hypothetical things which they and we know, would not be the case, not even 0.0000001%, tomorrow morning. It is just not possible to predict an Indian election. Those prospective permutations and combinations are of no value at all as none of these is going to happen actually.
Taking a clue from my so called Experts and Pepsologist friends, I am getting tempted to try a bit in my hypothetical proposition, knowing fully well that the chances of its heppening is about 0.0000001%; same as that of any one else.
I am hoping to have BJP and CONGRESS to come together to form the most stable government of all times.
Re: Hypothetical but Why Should not we give it a Try?
by danduga rangareddy on May 16, 2009 12:13 PM
We need to understand that Cong and BJP Work on diffrent Ideologies.Fundementally both are very diffrent with their approach in solving Nations problems. May be BJP Needs a stronger leader who can take the nation with him.
Re: Re: Hypothetical but Why Should not we give it a Try?
by Lalatendu Deo on May 16, 2009 12:59 PM
That is why it was hypothetical and we will very unlikely have these two in the same cup, any time now.
But the other presumptions of the psephologists (Raghavendra, this time I spelt rightly, right?)and experts,one million of it already there, were also way ward by million miles.
But Danduga, do you think there are many similarities amongst the other parties that have come together either pre-poll or post-poll?
The time will crtainly come, when CONGRESS and BJP will come together. Again it is a grossly hypothetical presumption of mine. Though I would be the happiest person in the world if it happens, I will discount its very possibility as you or any one else do.
Congress and their left-leaning allies will seek to further erode the economic progress made by BJP. We already saw how Congress backstabbed Narasimha Rao for his efforts and falsely gave credit to Manmohan, who did nothing for the economy later on. Now Congress will just create a big debt-trap through populist spending schemes, because Congress will do anything to stay in power. BJP is the only party that has the ethics to save India from economic destruction.
Re: midget manmohan
by Jetinder Singh on May 16, 2009 07:57 AM
and what do u think was the opposition doing when they were in power.... ashole like u were then aking for the then opposition (cong ur ass) to come to power...
i m drunk so i m telling the truth. BJP will win this time but he will have to do some sort of settings with other parties.... I certenly respect Manmohan but one man is enough for entire BJP............
LET ME ASK LEADERS/KARTA-DHARTAS OF THIS COUNTRY WHO HAVE RULED COUNTRY FOR 62 YEARS ONE QUESTION---A PERSON WHO IS CAPABLE BUT WITH POOR MEANS, HOW IS HE GOING TO EDUCATE HIMSELF AND STAND OUT IN LIFE? ALSO A PERSON WITH MONTHLY INCOME OF AVERAGE 50000/- , HOW IS HE GOING TO SUPPORT PARENTS, HIMSELF, HIS FUTURE FAMILY ,GIVE REASONABLE EDUCATION TO HIS CHILDREN .ALSO HOW IS HE GOING TO BUILD JUST A SMALL HOUSE IN B-CLASS CITY IN HIS LIFE TIME? CAN ANY ONE GIVE FINANCIAL WORKOUTS? THANKS
it is nothing but a jokes in our democracy. our country is facing trouble in leadership. this problem can be solve only by nominating direct voting to some either party i.e. left or right. and only two candidate can be nominated for vote. it is right way of democracy.
Re: resignation of pm
by Babun Pape on May 16, 2009 06:36 AM
Don't use wrong names and don't change names so frequently like your fathers. Now the time has come to plug their mouth. These north Indians are spreading hatred and bad propaganda against Bengalees, all over the world. I'm in the UK and I found many north Indians, who, very easily, say rubbish against Bengalees and Bengal to other Europeans, who they get along. y friends from US intimated the same things. Things are going above our head.