Sunday, October 21, 2007

Turncoats All The Time

What I exactly don't affirm about traditional politics is its rules of the game. These explicit ABCs in politics have been passed on from generation to generation. The character of these people involved: turncoat. Politicians and those who claim themselves as supporters tend to be swayed to the stronger, more influential people in the arena. Sad, because these people are eating up all their ideals, setting aside their inner conscience, and forgetting their principles just for them to belong. Isn't it ironic when they try to convince electors to support them because they have a better ability to lead the populace over their opponents, as they try to claim it?

I feel upset to those politicians who are turncoats. They fool not just their friends and colleagues in the political arena, not just their “supporters”, but beyond anything else. they fool their own selves.

Why would we support for these pretenders?

1 comment:

  1. you should learn dear that in the world of politics, you go to who is more stable. eating idealism out is normal here.
    Vera Mccarthy