26
Aug
08

Honeymoon’s Over!

The gloves have finally come off!

It was, of course as any sane person would have said from the start, only a matter of time!

One week! One week is all they could last as one!

With President Musharraf out of the way, PML-N has now officially pulled out of the ruling coalition as a protest against the PPP government for not reinstating the 60 senior judges sacked by the former President in November last year.

Like I said, it was only a matter of time… and the right opportunity.

In his press conference where he was flanked by his brother Shahbaz Sharif and other senior leaders of his party, Nawaz Sharif had quite a lot to say about his one time ‘brother’, Asif Ali Zardari:

Zardari has violated an agreement we had by nominating himself as the presidential candidate instead of announcing the name of a person who was ‘non partisan’, nationally respected, and accepted by the coalition partners.’

Nationally respected?

What did he mean by that?

Did he knew all along that Zardari is not a respectable guy? You don’t need to be a genius to figure that out. So that leaves only one option. Nawaz knew all along that Zardari is a leech, just like himself. The two have never gotten along and it was only a coalition of necessity that brought them together… only till the timing was right. The entire nation was made a fool with promises of free judiciary, democracy, freedom, and more freedom of all sorts. So then why do we still have load-sheddings, and a seemingly not so free judiciary, or a secure country for that matter? No. Nawaz Sharif and Zardari knew it all along. They knew how to make a fool out of this country because hey, they have done that so many times before. Same formula… works every time… like a charm.

Democracy any one?

But what flavor would you like? PPP’s or PML-N’s?

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4 Responses to “Honeymoon’s Over!”


  1. 1 Taimoor Khan
    August 26, 2008 at 9:26 am

    lolzie… yeh to hona hi tha

  2. 2 Wahab
    August 28, 2008 at 4:53 pm

    So who divorced who? Keep fighting as always you two while the country goes to hell!

  3. 3 Fatman
    August 28, 2008 at 4:54 pm

    If the politicians actually practice what they preach, and let democracy continue instead of trying to get the incumbent government dismissed through the military or what have you, the PPP still has four and a half years to turn things around.

    At the end of the day, it will be the conditions prevailing in Pakistan come election time that will determine who ‘wins’.

    I say NS is going to become a champion of teh Taliban and take over the mantle of Taliban appeaser from the JI and Imran Khan.

    The PPP will not be able to counter that without showing real progress against the Taliban and the economy, especially inflation.


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