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Saturday, June 6, 2009

It's Getting Better All the Time

Getting the Women's Reservation Bill passed in Parliament will kill two birds with one stone:


1) More women will enter the highest legislative body in the land.


2) Sharad Yadav would be no more.

I say, go for it.

15 comments:

Tarun Goel said...

Too good :)
I also read this news and felt happy for India, both ways :D

Amarghosh | വടക്കൂടന്‍ said...

Though I am not sure how good #1 is gonna prove to be, I'd raise my hands in favor of the bill just for #2

:)

indyeahforever said...

not in favour of reservation of any kind:))



that said , just for SY I will perhaps raise my hand :D

Smitha said...

Well, I am totally against reservations of all kinds..
Sharad Yadav should stop giving such incentives for passing the bill:)

Rakesh said...

The women above seem to have a sense of humour :) But wonder why is SY so against the bill?

Hades said...

Rakesh,

A lot of politicians will be screwed because their seats might now be reserved for women. And changing sex nearly isn't as easy as changing your party.

Rakesh said...

he he...

Indian Homemaker said...

I support the bill, SY's offer makes it look even better :)

Vikram said...

Sorry to crash this party, but perhaps if you could have given some thought to why Sharad Yadav is opposing this bill rather than just assume that his opposition makes the bill a good thing ?

Maya said...

Equality has to be earned and not reserved..

reservation is against the democracy, i m totaly against any kind of reservations

shilpa said...

I am not a sadist but I am all for #2!!

Tazeen said...

You made me work hard and google Sharad Pawar, you should have pasted his photo

Hades said...

Vikram,

That's a fair point and I'll attempt to reply to it in some time.

Tazeen,

I should have, shoudn't I? Would have provided some eye candy to the female readers too.

Rakesh said...

Sharad Yadav and eye candy? Yeah, that whats you like - Bullshitting people :)

Chiya said...

sharad yadav and eyecandy! hahahahaha