Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Politics makes Strange Bedfellows

This quote is attributed to American Charles Dudley Warner, who also came up with the equally erudite:

"It is fortunate that each generation does not comprehend its own ignorance. We are thus enabled to call our ancestors barbarous."

With the latest election results in Delhi, we see the Congress, hopefully on its last legs, agreeing to fully support the AAP, if there is a better example for bold faced chicanery, I am yet to see it. Strange bedfellows indeed!
That a party capable of such gross assault on the intelligence of the very people it seeks to represent is the the one that is supported by intelligent fools like Shashi Quixote Tharoor, Vinod Debonair Mehta, Barkha Traitor Dutt, et all is a damning indictment of the quality of Indian Intelligentsia.

That in their zeal to uphold the black and white toned, one dimensional, leftist liberal bunkum, imported wholesale from the west, which is nothing but juvenile idealism un-tempered by real world dynamics, they are willing to support a party that pays lip-service to their adolescent fantasies while indulging in outright seditious behavior and is corrupt to the bone, shows you how far we Indians have fallen. Vinasha Kaale Viprita Buddhi! anyone?

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