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  •  Some people have no sense of self and (4+ / 0-)
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    do  not know where their interest lies. Their behavior depends on imitation and repetition and, quite frequently, ends up in injuring themselves. We call such people accident-prone, if they survive. We say they should look where they are going. But, as we know from cars impacting telephone poles or trees, what we should tell them is not to look where they don't want to be. When climbing a tree, don't look down, look where you put your feet.
    Letting accident-prone people lead is a bad idea, and mean. Think John McCain and Willard.
    Willard, it now seems obvious, is accidentally rich. His partners bought him off when they no longer needed his pretty face. Setting Willard up to fail was a racist ploy. Whatever opinion McCain and Willard hold of themselves, putting them up to compete with Obama was to denigrate him. Not to mention the nation.
    What kind of political organization proposes buffoons for public service? One that disrespects the American people.

    We organize governments to deliver services and prevent abuse.

    by hannah on Wed Jan 16, 2013 at 01:22:32 AM PST

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