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September 12, 2008


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That article is amazing. Finally, someone explains why people vote at what at first blush would seem to be against their own self interest. (Unless they work for Halliburton, I suppose.)

Now I get it!

I still think the GOP/neo-cons are corrupt - Cheney, Wolfowitz, Libby, DeLay, etc, but I see how wrapping themselves in the flag and religion has made them a powerful clique of joiners. Too bad they (the aforementioned, plus Rove, Rummy, etc.) have too many members of the clan that promote evil.

Very insightful though!

Good luck to you!


I thought it was one of the best articles of its kind that I have seen. Giving people what they want, on the level of symbolic action, affirming their worldview, that apparently is leadership. Helping people learn and grow and pass beyond their preconceived ideas, that apparently would be a fool's errand.

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