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The Bihar chief minister Laloo Prasad Yadev is on a visit to america.

Discussion in 'Interfaith Dialogues' started by Neutral Singh, Nov 29, 2004.

  1. Neutral Singh

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    The Bihar chief minister Laloo Prasad Yadev is on a visit to america.

    Whilst there none other than George W. Bush gets to hear that the great corrupt politician from India is town.

    Anxious to prove that American politicians are no slouches when it come to corruption, he decides to invite laloo to his Palatial Ranch in Texas.

    After dinning and making small talk George Bush invites Laloo up stairs to the roof terrace.

    He points to a big river in the distance with a new bridge crossing it and says to Laloo with a twinkle in his eye " this magnificent ranch house was paid for by money scheduled for the building that bridge!!!

    Laloo admits to being duly impressed and invites George Bush to his home on his next visit to India.

    The following year George Bush does indeed visit Laloo and after dinning in the style of a Maharaja Laloo invites George Bush upstairs to his roof terrace.

    He points to a big river in the distance and says to George Bush "this palace your standing in was paid for by money scheduled for that bridge."

    George Bush squints at the river and replies "but I don't see any bridge"

    Laloo just smiles!!!!!
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