Sunday, December 25, 2005

You call this "stupidity"?

Iam trying to understand what the BJP is trying to gain by arguing against the expulsion of all the parliament members who were involved in the cash-for-question scandal.

Advani, terming the MPs' action as "stupidity", argued that the expulsion was not "commensurate" with the offence. "It's like inflicting capital punishment for unbecoming conduct," he said while leading the walkout.
Mr. Advani, When we elect people like you to the parliament, we don't expect you to get involved in "stupid" acts like taking bribes just for doing your job. As a party president, you should have asked these guys to resign on day one of the expose. By walking out of parliament protesting against the expulsion, you have just made sure that i never vote for your party in the future. And be sure that iam not the only one taking this decision today.

3 comments:

Kiranz..!! said...

Yes..tatz it man..Its really a shame for the electral menz turn in to these scamz ..!!

Anonymous said...

What I feel is BJP have 6 MP where as Congree have only 1 MP so cong want to expel all 11 of them whole is inidan politics is it having one rule Divide and Rule and hindu's are not united compare to other now BJP suck only good learder i found is Somanath CPI Speaker.

At least he take some imp decision of excpelling them first

calvin said...

Advani has been going down in popularity ( among his ranks ) ever since he mentioned a particular oration by a person at a meeting held a very very long time back at Nagpur ( hint , hint :D ). Naturally , he wants the support back , but doesnt want to look bad. All he can do is call the MPs stupid , but he cant go further than this 'cause then his party would give him show cause notice. But it just boosts our thinking against Advani and his party . Nope noones gonna win the next election...