Accusing BJP of engaging people in ‘false dreams’, Sonia Gandhi made a statement recently that her party would come back to power. She didn’t specify as to how soon it is going to take place but obviously she herself might be dreaming that sooner it happens the better. Dreaming, or call it day dreaming, is a normal feature with the humans –some do it with some substantial basis and some resort to it as something utopian. Dreaming is tax free and even any Tom, Dick or Harry can afford it as sumptuously as they wish without any upper limit for the purpose. To be over ambitious is the most characteristic a feature in the case of politicians howsoever trivially placed they are in their status. Sonia Gandhi could be somewhat different compared to other Toms in the sense that she has since acquired a stature in politics continuously remaining the Congress President for quite a long time coupled with the fact that she was the Chairperson of the outgone UPA. The hinterland for politicians dreams lie with the people of the country and they could amply show their strength in the last elections with their overwhelming veto in favour of BJP and they are not the ones to get swayed by any visible allurement. It will take time for them to reapply their veto which appears no possibility at least for the next 5 years. It could be Madam Gandhi or some one else, there is hardly any scope for their dreams to materialise in near future. If bare dreams are the satisfaction for some body one is free to have them in plenty. Moreover, the way Modi Government has meticulously harnessed itself to the governance with tangible orientation of results, the runners in the second line have hardly any avenue but to retain whatever left over they have.