President’s case

The Supreme Court has rendered invalid all the applications against Musharraf’s dual positions. Following the decision, Musharraf is eligible to be a candidate for presidential elections on 6th October, which comes as a shock & disappointment for a large number of people. On the other hand, Musharraf has announced that he will surrender his uniform on 7th October, immediately after the elections. Musharraf’s supporters are overjoyed on the Supreme Court’s decision. What do u think will be the impact of this decision on the common man?

57 Comments so far

  1. Balma (unregistered) on October 1st, 2007 @ 11:38 pm

    * Reality_Check

    thanks for the great economic brain of Nawaz Sharif

    *** Please don’t discount the enormous boost that was given to our economy by Budnazir and her hubby, Mr. 10%
    You have to be fair.


    Yes, it’s a mess created by our military’s inference in Afghanistan and Tribal Areas over the past three decades

    *** Again, I would like to add that Budnazir was the PM while our best general Nasrullah Babar lead the taliban all the way to Kabul.

    I am beginning to suspect you are a secret admirer of Budnazir! and you khvah-makhvah bad mouth our other genious Navaz NoSharif.

  2. Aamir Ali (unregistered) on October 2nd, 2007 @ 4:14 am

    Pakistani dictatorships are not guilty of any massive oppression or crimes to cause people to become religious nuts. Rather I would say it is the mental weakness of Pakistanis, their inability to face harsh truths and cold facts, which causes them to go crazy.

    What huge injustices did the Lal Masjid mullahs suffer at the hands of the govt for them to go insane, and brainwash children into becoming gangsters? None.

  3. Balma (unregistered) on October 2nd, 2007 @ 4:18 am

    * AAMIR ALI write
    Rather I would say it is the mental weakness of Pakistanis

    **** Bhai Sahib, would you support my call for an immediate ban on first cousin marriages in Pakistan for the next 20 years at least. Next generation of Pakistanis should be engineered scientifically.

  4. Reality_Check (unregistered) on October 2nd, 2007 @ 4:55 am

    BALMA how can I skip Benazir, well because what she did was deliberate and his husband knew what he was doing, whereas, poor Nawaz was simply at a
    loss, the high office of PM was simply beyond his competace level. The fact is PPP started the economic decline of this country when it Nationalized Industry & Commerce and set aside merit.

    I hope this is enough compensation for my earlier oversight, however, army cannot escape its portion of the blame, there is no one like Zia-ul-Haque.

  5. (unregistered) on October 2nd, 2007 @ 9:58 am

    MQM looking forward to an other General Naseerullah Babar.

  6. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on October 2nd, 2007 @ 2:52 pm

    Next generation of Pakistanis should be engineered scientifically.

    eh,Like you? a test tube baby?

  7. Balma (unregistered) on October 2nd, 2007 @ 7:48 pm

    * Adnan Siddiqi bhai wrote:

    a test tube baby?

    ***** I hate to admit that I am bit older for that:-)
    I was a school kid when one day my shcool bus broke down on Lawrence Road around Ramaswami and so us boys and girls jumped out of the bus to have some fun. I remember reading some Urdu newpaper (probably Hurriyat) at some halvaai’s shop that a new technology had been developed to help people have children. They were talking about IVF aka test-tube technology.

    Having said that, people who are married to their cousins can take advantage of this wonderful technology too…. just in case you were confused!

    BaiTay yeh science kay kamaalaat hai’n, but people like Farhat Auntie and Asrar–o-Ramooz rather let yahood-o-nasaaraa invent these things while they tell people like you to focus on Akhirat. Shame on Muslims!

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