What is so strange about that? That's been the way of politics since
the beginning. Promise them anything to get them to follow you, until
it's too late for them to turn back.
If you had a job where you controlled your own pay and benefits, as
our senators and congressmen do, I'd bet the vast majority of people
would do the same.
I don't think it's so much the people are sheep, as it is the
politicians are great salespeople with circus or carnival barker
When you word things right, it's easy to confuse people.
I have an extensive college background, and when they write new laws I
can have a hard time deciding whether I'm voting for or against what
was written. It's all legal speak.
On 7 Oct 2005 09:51:48 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org
>Sheep elected them. In Ontario, they made something like 100 promises
>them all. But as long as you tell liberal Canadians that you give them
>stuff you'll never
>give them, they'll elect you. Politicians that have said what needed
>to be said never
>have a prayer. Kind of like America.
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