Sharif vs. Mush: Round 2

Once again, the entire nation seems to have been hijacked by yet another twist in the political saga involving our very own Sheray Punjab against ‘Bushy’ Mush.

Doesn’t it all seem a bit too familiar – Mush decides to fly to China (presumably to catch up with his buddy from Texas)…Sharif kicks off impeachment proceedings…Mush then pulls a fast one and stays put in Pakistan. What can I say…the whole thing seems so 1999!

Sharif is probably still bitter about Mush spoiling his previous attempt at looting the nation to the core. He is keen to pick up where he left off (besides, the Park Lane/ Raiwind/ Model Town mansions probably needs some much needed attention by now).

Mush on the other hand just doesn’t seem to have the word ‘quit’ in his dictionary. What he really needs now is a good spanking (literally) from Kiyani with his gold plated baton and kicked out of
the presidency…In fact, from Islamabad back to Karachi DHA :)

Jokes aside, I feel sorry for our sonewhat confused President/General/ Dictator. I really believe that in his heart of hearts, he is probably the most sincerest serving leader. There is no denying the fact that his ego has now completely blinded him and he jas become an utter liability. However, Sharif, Zardari and others don’t hold even an aorta of respect in my eyes. In fact, these so called democratic leaders are products of vicious dictators…Zia (in the case of Sharif) and an out dated and
unjust Feudal system (in the case of Bhutto Zardari).

Fair enough, that Mush couldn’t fulfil his promise of fixing the nation. But he sure did try. Whereas, the others’ claim to fame is having a legacy of deceit, mass corruption and self progression (if
in any doubt, have a look at the mind boggling assets that Sharif, Zardari and co. have accumulated and the sad state of their very constituencies).

Let heavens be the judge of every man but personally I’d rather stick with a sincere ‘failed’ leader than a corrupt and bigoted ‘twice failed’ ones.

6 Comments so far

  1. fas4u on August 11th, 2008 @ 2:51 pm

    Joke of the Century

    "Zardari (aka Mr. 10%) accused Musharraf of Corruption".

    Ulta Choor Kotwal Ko dante

  2. ucilite on August 12th, 2008 @ 2:14 am

    how is this article related to lahore? you should not use LMB to vent your frustration out on sharif or zardari. the overwhelming majority of pakistanis want mush out and that’s the harsh reality for you. please read the following survey and stop hijacking this forum to spread your political propaganda.

  3. azface on August 12th, 2008 @ 3:18 am

    First things first, I appreciate all feeedbak and would like to thank you both for your remarks.
    The Lahore blog is a medium where people connected to Lahore raise issues concerning Lahoris. I strongly believe the highlighted topic affects us all. Secondly, I haven’t set any precedent here as there have been countless past posts without Lahore as a key theme (e.g. Personal thoughts, posts about terrorism and other cities etc.)
    I can understand and accept that you don’t hold and share my view on the topic but much like you and the highlighted article, I am entitled to my opinion.
    I have no vested interest in defaming one person over another and merely state my view on the matter.
    Can I suggest that we all take things a little less seriously. Maybe then we can really find more common grounds between us than big differences.

  4. azface on August 12th, 2008 @ 3:22 am

    Oh and if you read between the lines, you will make out that I criticize both Mush and Sharif/Zardari in equal measures.
    It was meant to be an exercise in expression.

  5. ucilite on August 12th, 2008 @ 3:36 am

    @azface….sorry if i sounded little harsh and you definitely have every right to express your opinion my friend…no hard feelings :)

  6. idealali on August 14th, 2008 @ 1:20 am

    I couldn’t agree with you more. Musharraf could not deliver on his promise of fixing the nation but I believe that it was because the people in his camp were more incompetents than insincere.
    And I’d go with the formal any day.

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