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Joined: Oct. 31, 2012

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I am a Catholic woman living in New hampshire. I have a background in the fine arts and teach classes at a community college


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Re: Evil, Lies, and the Election

Oct. 31 at 7:47am | see this comment in context

Thank you. It is good to know some people care about "Truth" because what i have heard from some commentators after some of the debates that "truth" was not so much a concern. "Forcefulness" "agression" "standing up against the opponent", seemed to be what they wanted from their guy. Joe Biden, case in point, gained lots of points for being aggressive and so did Obama in the second debate. What they said did not seem to be so much a concern to their backers. Their cleverness or ability to throw off their opponent verbally mattered more than the truth or soundness of their ideas. This troubles me a great deal. It lays a basis for leadership toward the ability to be a bully. Truth and facts can be the only sound basis for leadership and building a government we can trust.

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