Dear Soniaji – Just two words to you. Shut Up.
You have no business to disrupt my parliament for your family business.
Get the facts first. The National Herald case is not worth the salt that the Indians eat in a year. So better shut up.
If you have problem with Modi being PM, then say so. Bring a no-confidence motion in parliament and try out. If it succeeds, you win. If it doesn’t, will your 40 MPs resign ?
If you have a problem with the BJP, fight an election against them. Don’t stop parliament.
If you guys don’t want to speak in Parliament, then do one thing. Shut Up and allow others to speak. You have no business stalling my country.
Again, Soniaji, we are watching and we are not damn fools, for we are not from your party.
This National Herald case is your damn family problem, a result of your avarice. If you have a problem with the court, have guts and say so. And remember, that would be held in contempt of court and you could lose your MP seat. So, just to be safe, Shut Up.
Don’t take cue from P.Chidambaram. He can talk anything about the case, for he is not an MP anymore. But your seat is at stake. So, better Shut Up.
I pity you. I know your problem. Your half-wit son is your problem. I know you are frustrated with him. But that is a genetic carry over. What can I, an Indian by gene, do for that?
And there is a means to shut your child up. Send him to Bangkok. He seems to have a fascination for the place. If in parliament, ask him to Shut Up. Even George Bush looks like Einstein if your son speaks.
Again, your half-wit son is definitely an embarrassment. Not for you, but for me. I am ashamed and alarmed every time he opens his mouth.
There is a way to shut him up. Get him married. Guys stop talking the moment they are married.
And for you, talk to Karunanidhi once. He knows the power of silence, the way he was silent when Tamils were killed in Sri Lanka.
Or there is another way. Join Jayalalithaa’s AIADMK. Once you join the party, you automatically become dumb with the exception of bleating the word ‘Amma’ twice every one second.
But, until then, just shut your mouth up and let parliament function. For it is my country’s future that is at stake, not yours.