why are all INDIANS specially waiting for obamas to show them caring nature?
this is the time when we the indians should rise an awakening within the country and show them that this is the time of countries like ours to stand and show that we can also develop into a developed nation.The americans are no doubt the most developed and we should learn from them but whats the point of asking them tohelp us in our internal affairs
Well for starters...most of our "blue collar" jobs have gone over there. Not to mention companies like Version, GE, Comcast, etc. Can you say "Customer Service"? We have TAXED the Jobs out of our country..."Outsourced" which is a very funny TV show...fun to watch. But in reality...not fun to see what is happening to our country. It's sad...India No Longer Needs us...they have our companies and the jobs...We can now learn from them...What a sad state of affairs our country is in.
Obama visits a lot of places. Who cares? Every president has to make the rounds. It doesn't mean that they get anything done. In fact we should warn him about the Saki down there. They might get him to sign something.
I agree that these days the US is in learning (or RE-learning) mode from the rest of the world.
Obama is acutely aware of that.
But I'm relieved to see this hub thread is NOT about the patently false rumors that Obama's visit to India was costing $2 million a day, plus all the other ridiculous claims about naval flotilla, entourage, etc. Who comes up with these things?????
by Miranda Rights9 years ago
With his shoes....http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp … 9#28223089Nice security the President has...
by Suranee Perera5 years ago
If there's one country in Asia which you've always wanted to visit which one would it be?
by telltale7 years ago
Will you visit an island resort which charges US$500 per night in Asia?
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