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Monday, April 25, 2005

Our glass house

The Telegraph writes:
Politicians of all hues are going to extraordinary lengths to prove or disprove whether a stone has been cast at a minister, sparing little of the zeal or resources to get to the bottom of an accident in which 17 train passengers were killed in their sleep.

Darn right. Suddenly the focus has shifted from the accident that killed so many people to the battle between Lalu Prasad Yadav and Narendra Modi about who threw a stone at Lalu's car. But maybe that's fitting, because they're the real tragedy, those two. And we're the schmucks who voted them in. So why throw stones?
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