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  • leweb
    +5

    The Democratic Party officials and leading lights of the media elite who helped to deny the nomination to Sanders, and thus very likely the White House, understandably have a guilty conscience

    For that they would need to have a conscience first.

    • AdelleChattre
      +3

      For 'conscience' read 'conniving knowledge of their publicly-exposed corruption and how that may affect their future schemes.'

      • leweb
        +5

        I don't know. I don't think that any politician cares about being exposed as corrupt nowadays. It's common practice, and voters seem to think it's ok (or rather they seem not to think at all).

        • AdelleChattre
          +3

          Me, I think people haven't fundamentally changed lately. For instance, I suspect although I can't prove that Victorian morals were probably more like today's than their class pretensions would have you believe. Folks is folks, have, are, and will be. Now, for a politician whether today or thirty-thousand years ago, when a rube knows you're a con arrist at the outset it doesn't mean you're out of luck. It's like kissing somebody with a really long nose. You kind of have to plan around it.

          • Appaloosa
            +3

            You'd have to like someone a whole lot to plan that!

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