Saturday, November 8, 2014

Will The Pills Work?

 
Suggestions, Advice, Counsel, Opinions....Is The Patient Listening?


Advice, they say, is one commodity in the market where supply always exceeds demand. After the Congress’s debacle in Maharashtra and Haryana, political analysts and editors are offering advice on how the Congress party should fight a resurgent BJP.
Let's look at what political pundits are saying about the comatose Congress party. Hell yeah, we need a credible opposition. Is the Congress party willing to swallow the pills?
Will the pills work?And what about the side effects? Read the entire article on The Hoot.


10 comments:

  1. Monopoly may not be good. Esp. in the current political situation. Congress bounced back from two big blunders earlier, no reason why they may not be able to learn their lessons again.

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    1. The country needs a credible opposition. Yes, they have bounced back but this time they face multiple crisis- baggage of the past, leadership, credibility and corruption. Moreover if they continue with the dynasty they are going nowhere and if they discard the dynasty they will disintegrate. That's the biggest dilemma.

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  2. The Congress is a party in denial. With no credible leadership and an heir apparent who spends more time abroad than in the country, I have little hopes in their resurrection.

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    1. Hopes are dim, true. But the country needs a credible opposition, something more than a Janata Dal khichdi.

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  3. Pity,a party which has been in the drivers seat for over 100 yrs isn't able to find its own seat anywhere today.
    Journos like Rajdeep can not and must not be taken seriously ..I boycotted Ibn and now Headlines Today because of him.
    We can give any advice to congress,which in any case won't work for them.
    Rahul is not reluctant politicians...he is incapable..Gandhis don't have their nose to the ground ..They take pride in announcing hair cut in Spain.

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    1. Mr. Chowla, amazing how the tone and tenor of CNN has changed after Rajdeep left. They now keep showing Nita Ambani at her various functions. But people are not fools,they can see through the media games.

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  4. I shudder to see what Congress is doing. It is a clueless ship that has completely lost is compass. Its spokespeople are delusional and it is pathetic to see them holding on to the dream of Rahul and Priyanka. But it is also true that a democracy needs a vibrant opposition. Let's wait and watch.

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    1. We need a credible opposition, else power will begin to show its side effects.

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  5. Congress seems very much like a ship which without compass and destination...Wonder if they will stop lying to themselves and actually try to do something...

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    1. The reality, it seems, hasn't dawned as yet.

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