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Ten immutable laws

Posted: March 13, 2009 12:15 a.m.
Updated: March 13, 2009 4:55 a.m.
As a result of decades of working for and observing government dominated by liberals, I have formulated the following 10 immutable laws for aspiring liberal politicians:

1. The right people who would make the right decisions for the right reasons almost never rise to the top of the organization, so there is just that much less competition to be overcome.

2. Acquisition of power and money is the primary objective - you can't have too much of either.

3. Absolute power corrupts absolutely - except if you are a liberal, in which case you are exempt from the laws of the universe and human nature.

4. Lying is a habit to be cultivated, honed and esteemed as a virtue.

5. To be liked and supported by the mainstream media with the end being reelection is the secondary objective-you can't have too much of either.

6. Style and good intentions count more than substance and results - and who's the wiser?

7. The ability to tax and redistribute someone else's wealth is both intoxicating and addictive; there really is nothing quite like it.

8. Principle should not be an obstacle to self-promotion and rigid adherence to the party line.

9. Lobbyists are the gifts that keep on giving.

10. Never let a good crisis go to waste - the liberal agenda always meets less resistance when portrayed as a lifeline cloaked in compassion.


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