March 04, 2006

I'm starting to like this Bush chap

His trip to India certainly has gotten my attention! A much needed partnership formed between the worlds largest and the worlds richest domocracies. I hope the nuclear deal comes through for the sake of India's energy needs and Global warming. Its a pleasant surprise.
Bush is also now not opposed to the Iran-Pakistan-India Gas pipeline! a $6 bn project which will definetely improve ties between India and Pakistan, something that the two countries desparately need.
This is definetely the recognition India deserves, for being one of the most stable democracies in the world and one of the very very few fast developing countries using democracy as a political model.
I'm happy with Bush, for once he has done more right than wrong… certainly is the way forward.

- 3 comments by 1 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. not really "one of the most stable democracies in the world

    04 Mar 2006, 17:04

  2. Yes it is Vincent

    04 Mar 2006, 19:51

  3. What, then, is a stable democracy for you, Vincent? Something populated by rich folk?

    05 Mar 2006, 03:00

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