25 Political Rules of Thumb

…and the last 24 don’t count.  The top entry from John Hawkins’ column at Townhall today just leaps off the page:

1) Most people who claim to be “victims” in politics are delighted to have been “victimized” because it allows them to gain money, attention or hurt their enemies.

Remind you of anyone we know?

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

3 thoughts on “25 Political Rules of Thumb”

  1. "[M]oney, attention or hurt their enemies" are not items in a series; parallelism, people, parallelism. Somewhere, my old English teacher Mrs. Moskala is just shaking her head. It should be "to gain money or attention or to hurt their enemies."

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