As I've said, this was not solely one driver's fault. Narain wasn't clear of Vettel, but he also probably didn't expect Vettel to come back over on him that fast. And Vetterl mis-judged being clear of Narain. It really was a racing incident. For the stewards to penalize Narain, and not penalize Button, is unfair. Although, as nicky boy pointed, it could have been because Narain didn't suffer any damage and was able to continue. I see the Narain penalty as nothing more than an attempt to appease the current WDC. It had no net impact on HRT's finishing positions, as all it did was swap their drivers in the results. Although, were I the HRT team principal, I'd want to know why my driver was penalized but Button wasn't.
And last I looked, if a car was still running, that car (and driver) were "still in the race". Or maybe you'd like to see a rule that requires all cars that go a lap or two down to retire from the race?
So nick, you can feel vindicated all you want by the steward's decision, but if you don't think there are political overtones to it, you really don't understand how this game works. And your comments about DC just reinforce my earlier statement that you have no objectivity when it comes to anything involving a driver that you like. Stick to Forza.