I think our politicians have learnt only one tense which is the past tense, I said to my husband as we were having breakfast.
I completely agree with you the way they are digging out the past of their rivals and making it an issue, he lamented.
I think they find it easier to do so than talking about what they would do for our future, I conceded.
Thanks, we seem to agree atleast on one point, he laughed.
I wonder if there is any one politician who doesn’t have skeletons in his cupboard, I said more to myself.
The answer is obvious, he asserted.
What about the female politicians, are they any better? Can we expect any positive contribution from them if elected to power, now that one has suddenly emerged on the scene ? I said not feeling very happy about the outcome.
I’m afraid not because the way things are panning out, she too appears to be a student of history indulging in a lot of blame game. However there is one difference. We know something about the family background of the candidates standing for elections but know nothing about the family she is married into, I complained.
Well, I think she is really smart, retaining her maiden name post marriage in view of her future, which is not necessarily the country’s , I observed.
She is really an exception among her tribe and A lady with a strategy who is well versed in grammar making use of all the tenses in her campaign, he quipped.
n.meera raghavendra rao