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My Kids - Americans!

And this is where, my kids are gonna grow up as an American! Well May be....


@MeredithRoanell "This is Miss America... not Miss Foreign Country"


@kathrynryan50 "shes like not even american and she won miss america"


@EJRBuckeye "Well they just picked a Muslim for Miss America. That must've made Obama happy. Maybe he had a vote"


@Granvil_Colt "And the Arab wins Miss America. Classic."


@Not_MissAmerica "More like Miss Terrorist #MissAmerica"


@jakeamick5 "How the fuck does a foreigner win miss America? She is a Arab! #idiots"


@sarawhitton "this is America. not India"


@savannah_dale97 "Miss New York is an Indian.. With all do respect, this is America"


@wnfraser "@ABC2020 nice slap in the face to the people of 9-11 how pathetic #missamerica"


@SHANN___Wow "Miss America right now or miss Al Qaeda?"


@JPLman95 "Miss America? You mean Miss 7-11."


@kalebistoocute "Man our preside…

மேதைகளை திருத்தும் சமூகம்!

ஒருவன் மேதையாக இருந்தால் முதல் வேலையாக அவனை சராசரி மனிதனாக்குவதில்தான் அனைவரும் ஈடுபடுகிறோம். பெற்றோரும், ஆசிரியரும், நண்பர்களும், சமூகமும் அவனை உடனே 'திருத்துகிற’ பணியில் தீவிரமாகிறது. - ஞான.ராஜசேகரன்

Mr. Putin vs. Mr. Obama –

The last week or two has been a political disaster for Obama. While listening to Fox News, I overheard the host making an analogy, “I can talk bad about my sister, but how dare Putin talks bad about her”. I don’t know whether to laugh at the host or feel bad for Obama.

I have been critical of Obama, I have no personnel vendetta against him nor do I care for America’s internal politics. But where Obama strikes similarity to where I grew up was how the current political system (both in US and India) allows people who until three decades ago where severely handicapped within their community, to position themselves to decisively make changes for the good. But, the sad part is almost all of them fail. That for me is an interesting subject.

People compare MLK to Gandhi, but in essence MLK is more like Periyar than Gandhi. I haven’t read much about MLK, but I would guess what MLK was fighting for was to eliminate the boundary created by the color and to trea…