How To Do Politics

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The way you talk about politics may be perfectly justified, but does it help or hurt your cause?

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20 comments

  1. As someone who doesn’t use Facebook, I’m curious: Where is the worst for angry and unproductive politics? My guess is Facebook, but I also see a lot on Twitter, and I wonder if the character limit helps or hurts in this respect.

  2. I bet there are some future politicians who are thinking “I won’t be deceptive” but then they turn out to be deceptive

  3. ” Living in a democracy….”
    me who was born and living during dictatorship: Aight Imma head out

  4. sad fact about politics: Most people hang onto the first politician they like and their opinion can rarely be swayed.