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THOSE STILL SPEAK ABOUT ITALIAN ISSUE on Sonia ONLY EXPOSING THEIR OLD PRIMITIVE THINKING when she has proved to be a success in Politics?

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Asked by readiffff, 16 Feb '13 02:42 pm
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I salute this lady.She came herewith Rajiv,yes.Though the family wants to be in politics but never thought of Sonia ever to take the lead. In India there is no 2nd national party to give a fight to Congress ,this happens due to the character or attitude our Indian leades have,see BJP after Vajpayee.Janata Party Janata Dal .Not a single party is strong enough but the fissures are visible in present BJP too.So a lady has got enough scope to lead n prove but sacrificiong the PM post is not a joke.If it wud hv been ADVANI MURLI SUSHMA then all mwud have fought to get PM cahair like Charan Singh,Chanbdraasekhar VPSongh,Devegowda-so nothing to be discussed on her Italian issue at least yes due to misadministration scams happened but the scenerio is different as its a mixed party Govt.
Answered by hmm, 16 Feb '13 02:52 pm

 
  
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Besides sychophancy, in what other way hs she succeeded.
She has not brought about any new political ideas, or shown any measure of Statesmanship..
She is not a leader who inspires the Nation.
Her office has become a hereditary nuisance for our country.
Answered by mohanbirsingh ghura, 16 Feb '13 02:57 pm

 
  
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Yes In India Looting is considered Success. Vadra is example.
Answered by Judge Ghooslal, 16 Feb '13 02:43 pm

 
  
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Very true
Answered by Burjor Tarachand, 16 Feb '13 03:04 pm

 
  
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But one can't shut one's eyes to the fact...vis-a-vis the recent Irish nexus with the Govt.......
Answered by Pradipta pati, 16 Feb '13 02:46 pm

 
  
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What is "success" is a matter of perception.
Answered by mandook, 17 Feb '13 08:46 am

 
  
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