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Which Indian politician would like you throw a shoe at?

Asked by trey dsouza, 17 Dec '08 09:17 pm
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Why only politicians. And before we get into the shoe throwing mode, dont we all need to indulge in self examination. A nation gets the leadership it deserves. How many times all of us acting individually place the national interest above sectarian interest. Why do we elect and follow these politicians, if they are so bad. The politicians don't exist in isolation from the wider society. The quality of politics is a function of the health of the society. Let us channelize the anger at Mumbai constructively. The politicians, the administration, the security apparatus, the indifferent citizens (let us face it - Raj Thackrey's followers also are citizens as much as the brave ones who sacrificed their lives!) all are to blame, and all have to come forward, say no to corruption, say no to dowry (the single biggest justification for the corrupt), say no to caste/communal/regional chavanism. Say yes to education, respect for law, respect for fellow citizens! After that Joota uthane ki zaro ...more
Answered by rajeev arora, 18 Dec '08 08:27 pm

 
  
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Shoes are costlier than the reputation of INDIAN politicians.So why to waste that much money in times of economic downfall.
Answered by kshitij kaushik, 18 Dec '08 08:17 pm

 
  
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Farooq abdullah,mufti sayed,raj thakery,ab vajpayee,lk advani,bal thakery.......yes i wud like to throw my most torn out n dirtiest of the shoes on all thez .
Answered by huma basharat, 19 Dec '08 06:19 pm

 
  
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Sonia gandhi & Dr.Raj shekhar reddy (cm ap) for their favor to miniorities
Answered by SANTOSH, 19 Dec '08 04:25 pm

 
  
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Definately it will be deve gowda
Answered by Bhushan, 19 Dec '08 04:12 pm

 
  
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We all deserve this kind of treatment till we are all conscious of what we are doing......, how right or wrong we are, in our actions...; once we are sensible and politically conscious, we would not need to throw shoes at anyone......, i feel......
Answered by minati vishwakarma, 19 Dec '08 03:40 pm

 
  
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Nothing is going to change by doing it. Only a media can change the shape of the politics at its best.
Answered by stan dsouza, 19 Dec '08 03:14 pm

 
  
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All politician
Answered by ajay shantaram govale, 19 Dec '08 02:28 pm

 
  
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Sonia Gandhi, for her hidden minority politics.
Answered by radhika subramaniam, 19 Dec '08 02:11 pm

 
  
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I would prefer to throw a torn slipper not shoe at Raj Thackeray for bringing divide & hatred among indians for cheap politics
Answered by kumar bala, 19 Dec '08 01:07 pm

 
  
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