- n. Plural form of politician.
“Faith in politicians is a perilous path, whatever one's political persuasion.”
“It's the word politicians who think they're better and brighter than normal people use when they're trying to make normal people think they're normal.”
“I think faith in politicians is at an all-time low.”
“That's a term politicians use when they want to talk about cutting non-entitlement spending but they don't want anyone to think they'd dare take a single tank away from the Pentagon.”
“Every incumbant goes take back our power- when we have one term politicians things will get uncomplicated and the power shifts to the people.”
“It's a term politicians have used for years to describe dressing up old policies with a new look -- without changing the meaning of the policy.”
“Nice framing argument, but actually republicans are cheap – that’s why they make the federal government divert working class people’s taxes into their no-bid contracts and scams so they don’t have to work, and the money they ‘invest’ in politicians is returned through illegal kickbacks.”
“I think the state of politics and politicians is pretty dismal.”
“But I think pinning this all on politicians is too easy.”
“Though pressing for a cut in interest rates, he made clear that he did not "believe in shouting at politicians from the rooftops", emphasising that business's salvation lay in its own hands: "Four-fifths of the things it wants done it can do for itself ... all we can expect government to do is to clear the path.”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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