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"If a given individual seems most interested in vilifying others, proceeds to characterize his own in-group as having been unduly victimized, is ruthlessly vindictive, and finally, is discovered to have cozy, self-serving financial deals, there are reasonable grounds to assume that a person is more than a little Machiavellian and that his or her leadership may be aimed more toward self than public service."

  • Barbara Oakley, EVIL GENES (2007), p. 339.

Reminds me of a certain president. Well really it reminds me of nearly all presidents and world "leaders".

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Hanover Fiste
Reminds me of someone who almost became president. But the top 3 lines reminded me of some users here.
🌅Chadley
True, yet she's a nobody now...
Hanover Fiste
🌅Chadley, I'm hoping for a real moderate Democrat to bring the party back, then true reform of that party. They so far have not given any public statement on the primary rigging against Bernie. They're not going to win any major elections until they show the people they acknowledge past corruption, and vow to end it.
🌅Chadley
Hanover Fiste, it's simply because whoever is in the driver's seat for the DNC is not apologetic at all. I'm just wondering why this wasn't a bigger uproar. . I'm looking for a candidate who has innovative thinking, instead of the same old unworking ideas. That's what Clinton was, totally status quo. . Trump wasn't status quo, he was just incompetent...
Hanover Fiste
🌅Chadley, I voted for Ross Perot. But I didn't hate Clinton. In fact looking back he was a decent prez. Perot wouldn't have signed NAFTA, and I would probably still be working for general motors....
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