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Eddie D.

Curious that this hasn't come up - but the oft spoken mantra of the bidness world is: "I have two sets of ethics - personal ethics and business ethics." This little dodge allows them to play the game of business, which is how they see it, and still maintain the self-respect that is necessary to maintain status in their communities.

Of course it is illusory and blatantly disingenuous... we are allowed only one set of ethics... but business folk don't see it that way. And the self confidence allowed by such self deception goes far in proving to others that they are indeed honest and true hearted Americans. But they live in two worlds and it is impossible to tell which one they are living in when they tell us their "truths".

Bill Hicks

I'm not sure if you were being wry, but actually I think Mitt was a governor. Everything else you said is the gawd's truth, and being a governor does not qualify a ruthless liar to be President, however much quite a few Presidents in our past have been ruthless liars.

Oliver Mannion

Bill, I think he was being wry. If Mitt ran on the platform of being a former governor, I think he might be doing better. It's sad, I can't even vote yet, but I can see so many better ways for Mitt to run his campaign.

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