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Jai Sarah! – Palin in India

Posted on: March 17, 2011

(Note: Jai, a Sanskrit word meaning victory is pronounced with the sound of English letter J, rhymes with rye, and is not related to the Spanish sport of jai alai)

 

Update:

Just alerted by the C4P website that Sarah’s speech will be livestreamed at this site on Saturday at 9 AM EDST.

Update:

She is there!

I am very excited to visit India, she exulted upon landing.

We await the details of the speech.

Sarah Palin, a billion enterprising, freedom-loving, commonsense-laden business savvy Indians are waiting to love you. Go conquer them!

Here is a lusty, cheery, unabashed note of welcome to India.

The New York Sun, in an article by the Indian analyst Pranay Gupte, offers this contrast with Obama visit a few months back:

Mrs. Palin is certain to be well received [snip]

Indians have traditionally looked favorably at Republicans, with the possible exception of Richard Nixon, during whose presidency Washington openly sided with Pakistan as India assisted the former territory of East Pakistan to gain independence from Islamabad and establish itself as Bangladesh.

Two years after George W. Bush retired from the White House, he’s still held in high regard in New Delhi on account of his unflinching support for the deal under which India has been allowed to buy equipment for its civilian nuclear program. [snip]

The other reason that Mrs. Palin will be warmly received is that Indians like women leaders.

Mrs. Palin is bound to be impressed by how many women legislators there are in India’s national parliament, and in the assemblies of the countries (sic) 28 states and seven federal territories. [snip]

And given her personality, Mrs. Palin most definitely will make friends in India, which has already begun souring on President Obama for his perceived failure to follow through on promises made on his state visit. Happily, Mrs. Palin will be a political tourist; she will have no obligation to make any pledges, other than of accelerating her personal friendships in a land known for its warmth and hospitality.

Indians were less than happy that, however subtly, the president sought to underscore that, in Washington’s view at least, there was parity between an economy of $1.4 trillion, and a neighboring one – Pakistan – whose GDP is $167 billion.

Unlike India, whose democracy is loud and messy, and whose economy is on a trajectory of sustained economic growth, Pakistan, also a nuclear power, is clearly a failed state.

Interestingly, the website IndiaReloadedTV notes that all this Palin hoopla may come to naught in view of Indians being pre-occupied with the furor resulting from wikileaks published in The Hindu the other day. The paper lent support to BJP allegations in parliament that the Congress Party won the no-confidence vote in 2008 via bribery.

Now that’s interesting. Since the issue involved the nuclear deal signed by George Bush, a Republican, how convenient that the wikileaks were published just on the eve of the visit of another potential GOP contender?  I mean, first the NYSun publishes a laudatory, optimistic article on Sarah Palin visiting India. And voila, a few days later, among all American media the NYTimes alone highlights The Hindu somehow just timing its publication to suck the oxygen out of the public sphere, and the spotlight off Sarah Palin’s visit, and in the process embarrasses the deal, it’s engineers and the deal makers involved. Makes one go, hmmm..

We certainly hope that Sarah Palin enjoys herself during the visit to India, and then Israel on the way back. We know she will be wearing The pin.

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