Yes we have hope but we should not vote out entire opposition fot better governance if I have to choose between congress and bjp I will prefer congress. I still hopeful of rahul may be able to change the system to some extent and he has proved his worthiness in last loksabha by passing all important bill such as fpod security bill , lokpal bill, rti bill. more  

On number of occasions and about vital issues related to corruption, issues related to women safety/youth, law and order situation in New Delhi under congress rule etc., either he ignored or preferred to keep quite or did not think that the issue was worth his intervention. Cogress has already accepted the defeat. more  
Rahul only gives lip service. Within days of passing Lokpal, Adarsh scam tainted were given a clean chit by congress Govt in Maharashtra. Now all tainted politicians except Kalmadi are given tickets&Sheila Dixit safely tucked away in kerala. Untill AAP was voted in Delhi, he did not bother about lokpal. Passing bills have no meaning unless they are implemented honestly, track record of Rahul is nothing much to write home about on implementation front. more  
Corrupt politicians, from all parties, will ensure that benefits are never passed on to the common man.
Some proactive measures and sweeping changes are needed .
Considering the high intellectual levels of todays voters, these politicians should be forced to debate on core issues, in public forums.
Let them project concrete plans and share their views on national issues, in a constructive manner. It is better than just making baseless allegations . Hope false promises will not entice todays voters. more  
Would we, can do any thing with that lokpal Bill.Passing bills will not do any thing, Implementation is the main motto.Will these corrupt leaders will arrest fellow corrupted people. All of them use politics as businesses.If any body works truly ,his income reduces slowly but never increase. more  
Just passing bills does not mean system change....we should be watchful of all parties whose agenda is to justplease the masses and tturning blind eye to mounting government dent....the damageccaused by bills such as Food security is much more than the benefit to poor more  
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