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indigobusiness Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jul-07-04 09:52 AM
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Edited on Wed Jul-07-04 10:05 AM by indigobusiness
After the last election, it seems naive to think the high-road is the one to take, but, maybe where we are today proves it. Just desserts...and all that.

What I'm trying to get at here is all the manipulative thoughts about the campaign surfacing on DU. Manipulation is endemic to campaigns, but it is a little creepy when it seeps into and saturates the thinking of the people.

Machiavellianism strikes deep, it has found fertile ground on the right-hand side...and is sending runners into the left. That is creeping me out.

If Michael Moore teaches us anything it is to just get the facts on the table, the people will move to the beat of the truth. Sure, you can have your own opinion and dance your own dance, but harmony will prevail when the light shines in and all the cockroaches run for the shadows.

Things are so divided in America right now, just exposing the Machiavellian spin will be enough to dump this bunch in the White House. Don't concern yourselves with the dark ways things are spun, just help to expose the facts in all their glory. ie Edwards lawyering for victims of personal injury is an asset when seen in its true light.

Let it all hang out and let the chips fall where they may.

typo edit
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