Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Fart Alert

Minority Affairs Minister A R Antulay said,
“This is beyond my comprehension why Karkare didn’t go to Taj, Oberoi or Nariman House where the terrorists were holed up. Why he chose to go to a different place”.

"Superficially speaking they (terrorists) had no reason to kill Karkare. Whether he (Karkare) was a victim of terrorism or terrorism plus something. I do not know,"
The minister suggested that Karkare was killed not by Pakistan based terrorists but by somebody else, hinting at Malegaon probe which the ATS Chief was heading.

It seems age has caught up with Mr. A R Antulay!! Mr. Antulay are you suggestion that the other 180 who were killed had some kind of enmity with those terrorists???? Its outrageous how a Union Minsiter is parroting exactly what Pakistan Propaganda is saying and absolving the same terrorists who his own givernment is working had to bring to Justice!!!

With such minister we donot need many Saeed's


Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Is this acceptable in a secular state?

He had erected hundreds of huge hoardings all over the twin cities of Hyderabad-Secunderabad welcoming people to his 'Grand Christmas celebrations'.15nlook

He told the congregation that he had experienced many miraculous changes in his own life after he adopted Christianity. He exhorted the people, stressing that God will take care of everything  and everybody if people have faith in Him. he said.

"All you have to do is believe in Him,""No doctor has a treatment for AIDS but there is a supernatural doctor who can do it,"

In normal circumstances would have ignored him as one of those looneys.... But this is none other that Son in Law of Andhra Chief Minsiter YSR Reddy.

So much for secularism!!!!!


Monday, December 15, 2008

Bush gets 'farewell boot' in Iraq



It gives fresh meaning to the phrase shooed away. President George W Bush ducked a pair of shoes hurled at his head -- one shoe after the other -- in the middle of a news conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.  Both shoes narrowly missed their target.

The assailant -- later identified as television correspondent Muntadar al-Zeidi - leapt from his chair and hurled his footwear at the president, who was about 20 feet away and yelled in Arabic.

"This is a farewell kiss, you dog,"

Bush later bravely said - 

"So what if the guy threw a shoe at me?" "If you want the facts, it was a size 10,"