Only in India do the left and the right vote together.
It's open season and anything goes. All those people who talk about ideology are talking about something that doesn't exist in Indian politics. It's not about secularism or about patriotism or about capitalism or about communism. It's all about you-scratch-my-back-I'll-scratch-yours. After all, money hai to honey hai.
The BJP whose government participated in the initial draft and discussions of the deal are now going to vote against it.
The SP is now supporting a party which it was vehemently opposing till a few weeks ago.
The BSP is now the main opposition party. It's leader is now a frontrunner for the post of the Prime Minister of India.
Mr Deve Gowda interrupted his sleep to finally settle scores with the Congress.
The left is so out of touch with the country's interest that it's ready to do anything.
Mr Somnath Chaterjee is trying to bring a facade of neutrality to the speaker's post.
It's early Christmas for Mr Soren who has received a slew of gifts from Santa Claus himself.
Meanwhile, the so called aam aadmi doesn't really give a rat's ass.
So who's watching the country?