posted on Jan, 21 2012 @ 03:24 PM
As with politics in most countries, parties on different sides of the isle are liable (actually expected) to change their platform to suit the needs
of the voters. The fact is, is that neither of the different political parties are really standing for something. Their convictions are for sale, and
they rarely strain their relationship with contributors due to their need for money for re-election.
The only politician that I've seen so far, that actually holds his ground and can verifiably be held to a fundamental and substantial belief, is Ron
Paul. All the other politicians contending for the republican nomination talks in abstracts and with pure B.S. This is how corporate moneymakers get
elected, talking in abstracts, shoving superlatives into every sentence, without even saying anything meaningful.
They don't need to listen to anyone, because the ones that are listening puts the meaning into the words the politician are saying. And that's the
beatuty of talking in abstracts and superlatives.