Donald DeMarco: The typical politician is a strange animal. He wants everyone’s votes and therefore attempts to please everyone. He is not discouraged by the universal and unbreakable law that “you can’t please everyone.” Nonetheless, he resorts to a rhetoric that sparkles on the outside but fizzles on the inside. He may hold office, but not for long. His thin rhetoric burns […]

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