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January 22, 2013 3:13 PM

Why politics will never succeed

Politics, quite simply, is composed of endless attempts at surface solutions to surface problems. If one suffers from a bacterial infection, the doctors may work hard at controlling and abating the resulting fever. However, as long as the bacterium is living within the body, there will always be fever. The bacterium must be eliminated.

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