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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-09-13 05:24 AM
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When did political parties become cult-like?
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To me, most adherents of the two major parties sound as though they've drunk Kool-Aid, just different flavors.

Was it always like that and I didn't notice; or did something change?

I have no clue, but it is....I am not even sure what word describes it. Eery, spooky, scary, pathetic, sickening--all apply to some degree, but none is exactly right.

Anyway, does anyone have an opinion on whether it was always this way or whether it changed?

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