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Sunday, March 25, 2012


fred said...

I cant say if this is true or not, but i will say that I think we should switch positions and see the others point of view. In my opinion that is the best solution for both side. Understanding each other is the key.

Anonymous said...

this comment at the time was very right average voters are uninformed and uneducated in the problems of there country so the average voter is just following the crowed its is mob mentality at its finest.
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Anonymous said...

That is an interesting way to look at it. I would like to think Churchill is wise.

Erin Penman
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Anonymous said...

I think it is very true today. If you ask the average voter who they voted for in the last general election and why I would guess they couldn't tell you. Often is it name recognition and who has the most money to spend on great advertising during peak television hours that will win the election. Judge Joe Bonaventure is a prime example. He is a "jr". It is Joseph Bonaventure that people recognize as a long time judge. His son was an attorney for two years when he became judge. He didn't bother to put Jr. on his billboards. Not that I have anything against Joe Jr. I just think that the public, the voters do not take the time to educate themselves before they vote...if they vote.

Martina - Phoenix HUM/114