When Politicians Fail, Who Is Responsible?

by | Jun 26, 2020 | Public Speaking | 2 comments

 I think it’s very simple to understand that why politicians, they give so many promises.

Why they give so many promises?

It’s very simple to understand this because they’re giving promises on behalf of something.

On behalf of that position. As chief minister, as prime minister, I can do that.

That’s not his personal promise, I think. That promise is only as per the position that person is going to acquire. That’s true.

Then why we feel bad about it when they are not able to fulfill the promises which they have made because the selection was yours only.

Yours only, you only selected. It’s not his decision. His was the request, you selected. Your decision has gone wrong, not politicians.

So, don’t go on promises of politician, go on the background of politician, going background, don’t go on promises. You have not selected that person who has come to you for interview and said, I will do this. I will do that.

Have you ever selected that kind of guy? You see the background of that guy. See the background of your politician. Don’t see the promise.


  1. Prefer to remain anonymous

    The voting system is not new in our country, we all know how it works. We all know they make promises. But we never vocalize when that promise isn’t fulfilled because deep down, we know it will not be. We actually don’t expect it them to be fulfilled.

    I’ll tell you why. The quality of a promise made my a person of power, more often than not, is proportional to the time it takes to fulfill that promise. I’ll give you an example. If you vote for me, I will change the education system…vs…if you vote for me, I’ll give you a kitchen appliance, or a TV.

    Now, we know which the logical choice is. We know that the education system needs our attention. But a large proportion of the voters are either daily wage workers, or are living on a tight budget. They don’t care at that time about the larger picture. They care that they are getting ready cash, an appliance they need, a necessity for the house they need to save up for months to buy on their own.

    So they pick the short term reward choice, rather than the one that doesn’t directly benefit them. This makes up majority of the population.

    The rest of the learned population does what it was going to do before the promises were made, because they know changing the education system isn’t going to happen soon, and they aren’t interest led in a bee kitchen appliance. So they also don’t really expect it.

    And most people in a position of power know that. No one really expects the promises to be fulfilled.

    That’s just my opinion, though. I may be wrong.

  2. Sreenath reddy Poola



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