In a classic sour grapes attitude 150-year old fading leader of India's BJP Opposition Party, LK Advani has been stopping people in the street to tell them that as far as he was concerned "the PM's office has lost it value".
"Who are you and who asked you for your opinion?", inquired an elderly lady rushing to the veggie bazaar.
Advani made this ridiculous and gratuitous comment in reference to a news article in which PM Manmohan Singh - the man whose Congress Party defeated Advani, not once but twice - asked Indians to ponder on what needed to be addressed on the nation's day Independence Day.
Advani bashed the paper for publishing this, and fallaciously concluded that "this is a proof" that the office of the PM is losing its value.
Ruling Congress pols thumped their desks with never-before-seen vigor and mocked the silly old dude:
"He is the man who will never be PM." they chanted in unison.
Mr. Advani was advised to "pack up his trunk" and go home.
"Nobody listens to him anymore", said an old friend of Mr. Advani "so he wanders the streets talking to holy cows stray dogs and other assorted species".