Tuesday, January 17, 2012
It Doesn't Matter Because It Doesn't Matter
This is a saying that I came with after watching the two "Dung Producing Parties" joust each other, compelling people to follow along, compromising their own integrity in the process.
What is done on the front end to elicit a response - DOESN'T MATTER. The attacks are often shallow, their "team" is guilty of the same thing.
The intended reaction is the intermediate state.
Finally when we consider what people are ultimately struggling to obtain "IT DOESN'T MATTER" because they end up promoting the "person" they got elected as proof of their victory, having long ago compromised themselves, understanding that "the struggle" in politics is more important than the desired end of actually obtaining their original goals.