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[> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Martin Lee in The Wall Street Journal
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Date Posted: 09:58:42 11/01/07 Thu
yeah, you are right, i just use this example to illustrate that polictitians are cunning
they would use all their efforts to criticize someone when they said something controversial so as to raise concerns from the public
why do they have to raise concerns from the public? because that will make their opponents being criticized by the public and hence fewer people supports their opponents
no matter they are 'left' people or 'right' people
so don't trust any of them, all of them are only fight for their benefits no matter how good they sound
if you found that they are good, i bet that because they are more cunning
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