Doesn't have that same ring to it. LOL
Is there something in that woman's screed that makes any sense outside of a padded cell in a sanitarium? Because I couldn't find it.
I don't trust anything in the Nation. Their editors are idiots when it comes to fact checking.
There was a hit piece that tried to tie Bush to Ken Lay and the lead paragraphs stated as fact that George W. Bush's baseball team the Houston Astros played at Ken Lay's lobbied Enron Field.
When they were notified that Bush owned the Texas Rangers (an Arlington team) the team name was replaced but the stadium remained the same (they did not play at Enron because they did not play in Houston).
What's more Bush sold his part of the team before Enron Field opened. It is a worthless rag.
I read the whole thing, but all I remember is "wah wah wah".
I have to believe that even liberals get tired of that high-pitched, fingernails-on-a-chalkboard whining...
She works for "The Nation" - where no outrage is too small; everything is a shame and positively no one is happy.
I once asked, no kidding, Joan Baez how she could keep on singing all those sad songs about all those sad people and places. Her answer: "Well, you just have to understand what a shit*y place the world is." This, while sipping champagne in her dressing room backstage at the Warner Theater in Washington, DC. She also like Ritz Crackers with peanut butter. Imagine her breath. Ugh.
Wow! Bush wants to annex India and Pakistan? Boy, who woulda guessed that?!
Oh, for the good old days of Marx and Lenin!
Arundhati Roy, your last name looks suspiciously monarchist and triumphalist. Better watch out, or you will be sent in for re-education.
I'd love to see Ms. Roy and Oriana Fallaci go toe to toe in a boxing match.
India looks east..sees Red China..Looks west, sees Pakistan...nuff said..
The Nation is a left-wing, liberal publication out of New York. I don't know why you posted this article.
I'll bet this "lady" might have had an orgasm if Brezhnev winked at her.
Leftist bums are the same all over the world.
She's unhappy because the prime minister sounds like a Reagan Republican and a defacto ally of the United States.
I can just see Dubya, cloaked with that calm mantle of humble self assurance, a quirky little grin on his face, and that famous twinkle in his eye as he rises above it all in valiant fashion and the people gasp. :o)
However, she did make a notable trenchant observation:
Ironic, isn't it, that the only safe public space for a man who has recently been so enthusiastic about India's modernity should be a crumbling medieval fort?
It seems that the guy who thinks he has licked his father's "vision thing." Can't seem to recognize when his visions are...well...a little premature. A lot of spade-work has to be done before India becomes a reliable partner in protecting his 'new world order.'
I thought that it was unethical to plagerize the New York Times and the Washington Post!
If India hates President Bush that much, WHY is he going? Why should President Bush put himself in harms way for people who hate him?
Michael Moore claims to speak for America too. Funny how no conservative is arrogant enough to act like their views permeate the entire country.
Dear Ms. Aruhhrati...
Ask us if we care.
This lady should take a look at her friends before comparing audiences to zoos...although in their case, a lunatic asylum would be more appropriate.
As an Indian , what I found revealing is that the India hating folks in India - the Indian leftists and Indian muslims , also hate USA - with equal enthusiasm. Particularly since Bush became the Prez and began to take on the Islamic terrorists head on.