12-14 Politically Incorrect Daily

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One thought on “12-14 Politically Incorrect Daily

  1. The first question I ask when I read a headline is, “What are you selling me?”
    Log in to read a story? The price is too high, IMO. Nope, non essential, IMO.
    I’ve seen an upsurge in “nonessential” ads, IMO everywhere trying to tell me how to think and how to vote?
    Politics has become nothing more than marketing, I think.
    Hundreds of millions thrown about make election day look like a Black Friday selling of unsold goods, perhaps?

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