Show me where Cal Thomas is wrong about the object of modern politics
September 18, 2006
Do political parties stand for anything today?
Do they have a philosophy, a set of ideas to work for that distinguishes itself from the other?
Columnist Cal Thomas answers:
That is because the object of modern politics is not to say and do things that benefit the country and promote the general welfare but to gain or maintain political power. Gaining power, including the means to getting it, is all that matters.
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