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Thursday, 4 October 2012

Muscle the shoulders!


It was a first clash over economy between Mitt Romney & Barack Obama for the Presidential Elections. Both contestants were competent enough to contend the nomination of each other & why they deserve more to hold the responsibilities of an economy going through the crises.

Well! This post is not about the efficacy of any of the two contestants of US Presidential Elections, in fact, what I am concerned toward  is something more imprinted on & apropos of to us (Indians).  

If you would have gone through the debate of these two prominent personalities even for a short while, you must have noticed that they were there confronting each other & theirs policies and strategies over a single podium where they are hardly aware about the points which will be going to put in by the rival. It’s more of an extempore & less of a debate. Unlikely, their Indian counterparts who are always busy to take advantages over the errors put by the rivals on a public interface, they (American politicians) seemed to be mulled over the situation in advance. When there is a debate over the future of an economy it is very obvious to pin-point the loopholes of the opponent & especially the ruling one, but if the other party lacks the vision to offer something other than restructuring the workings of the ruling party, it’s nothing more than a filthy politics.

Our politicians talk more about the loopholes of the opponent party instead of endeavors they have manoeuvered to tackle the situation. They plan their strategies while bringing out shortcomings of the other party which confines their function of planning in advance & portrays their actual concern toward the safety of the Prime-Minister kursi instead of the well-being of the aam-admi. And, it’s really pathetic!

Every one of us (aam-admi) is mature enough to comprehend the dilemmas a ruling party has to go through while meeting out the tasks. We are not in a delusion that our every wish would be performed but at least offer something concrete to us which might give us a reason to back you. If they think that their rhetoric speeches are going to work every time, it’s high time to muscle the shoulders. Don’t try to fool us! We want results. We want development, education, sanitation, safety & relief from inflation.

6 comments:

  1. What we (Indians) want is a good government who can provide us everything you mentioned above. But they are busy filing their coffers. They should learn from their western counterparts.

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    1. You must have really felt that difference being a citizen of both countries.

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  2. Your last lines said it all. Looking forward to a clean India :D

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  3. Wow...your last line says it all, Gayatri. We, victims of corruption need a sunrise, which should be pure, authentic and fair..:)
    Lovely article..so well written!!

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    1. Thank you! But my article isn't enough, our govt. needs to ponder over the matter. ;)

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