The article discusses the opposition to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech to the nation on demonetization. It notes that the speech was largely seen as a success, with people praising Modi's message of sacrifice in the name of fighting corruption. The opposition to the speech has largely been seen as a political move, with opposition parties criticizing the speech for its focus on rhetoric instead of policy solutions. The author believes these criticisms to be unfounded, as a political speech is not necessarily expected to provide detailed solutions. In conclusion, the article states that the opposition to Modi's speech is much ado about nothing.