- Dec 11, 2006
- '88 Vic Wagon, '92 Honda VFR
I don't think so. Bhutto was a vocal moderate leader, and after what's happened to her it may be hard for someone to fill her shoes. I think her influence will be sorely missed. Pakistan desperately needs that balance, like Jacobfox noted, inorder to keep from completely falling apart.Yep... i don't care to be honest. It's just normal business in these countries to "remove" people whose nose u don't like. As soon as the fires started by the riots are put out nobody will think about it anymore.
Unfortunately that (corruption) seems to be the cost of getting anything done in many countries. Skull fracture huh? Yeesh. I had heard that she was shot, then the bomb went off, and chaos ensued.Too bad, but I myself won't be one to lionize her; she may have had good ideas for the country, but like her father, was mired in corruption.
And also, she died from a skull fracture, probably when she was evading the assassin.