Sunday, November 07, 2010

Indian Students ask Obama Questions about Pakistan in Townhall Meeting

The President looked comfortable as he answered the questions. see the video here I think the democratic party is doing a lot to foster India US relations and the Republicans I think will agree. Also note the strategy of impressing the younger demographic who are the future customers of Us goods.
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We want nothing more than a stable, prosperous and peaceful Pakistan," Obama told the students gathered in a courtyard of St. Xavier's College to see him. "But I'm also going to say something that may surprise you. The country that has the biggest stake in Pakistan's success is India."

Encounters with young people have become staples of Obama's travels abroad, a nod to his appeal as a symbol of U.S. progress and tolerance. And in few countries will young people make more of a difference in the short term than here.

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