Posted on December 28, 2010
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20 responses to “ATP Poll: Grading Our Leaders, Once More”

  1. Jawed says:

    These may not be great leaders, but the arrogance of some of the commenters is even worse.

    You think YOU can do a better job? Go do it!

  2. Huma Shah says:

    There should have been a Grade I” for “Idiot/Incompetent”, which they all are!

  3. Tamashbeen says:

    A punjabi poem. Poet unknown.

    Kikli kaleer dee
    Pant meray veer dee,
    Shirt bha Bashir dee,
    Tay tie chaachay Naseer dee,
    Coat vadday Bhai da,
    Landay toun leyaai da,
    Fit shit karaa kay,
    Dhobi toun dhowaayi da,
    Scent shent laayi da,
    Shauq naal paayi da,
    Bus 200 rupayye vich
    Babu ban jaayi da,
    Fittay moonh mehngaai da,
    Tay Bhutto day jawaai da…

  4. Jamshed says:

    I wish people would put a little more though in their responses. Seems they either put an A or an F.
    Imagine if you were graded in life teh same way!

  5. Aamir Ali says:

    My opinion for the readers:

    Zardari : Grade F. A do-nothing President.

    Gillani: Grade F. A do-nothing Prime Minister. Since this joker and his boss Zardari have come into government I have not see any policies at all for Pakistan or leadership. Only policies that benefit their party such as BISP are being implemented.

    Chaudhry : Grade D. Pakistani judiciary remains as corrupt, useless and politicized as before. Only difference is that judges have now got the same chuska of interfering in politics as the generals. Proves to me that all the fuss during Musharraf era was just politics.

    Nawaz Sharif: Grade F. He is not playing the role of democratic opposition, just enjoying the perks of sitting in opposition and around the house.

    Kayani : Grade C. Huge disappointment for me is that Pakistani establishment still believes in nonsense of “good militant bad militant” and “strategic depth”, even though these policies have delivered no benefit since they were initiated in 1980.

    Media : Grade C. Some journalists do a good job while others are sellouts. Media is same everywhere and Pakistanis massive expectations of media are unreasonable.

    thank you for reading so far :)