There's an old Italian expression that goes; "The fish stinks from the head." Having worked in the corporate world, I know this to be a fact. In business, if the head of a company makes a decision that costs the co. money, he, or she becomes the focus of the blame. In politics, however, the person at the top can throw any number of underlings under the bus and remain untouchable. The new is not so cut and dry. We all have strong opinions about real problems that effect us on many levels. How strongly you feel about them pretty much decides your political leanings; it can't be helped. I do try and read all sides of a news story, but I find myself relying on my gut and personal beliefs in the final judgement. I am what I am and honestly have found very few ocassions when I was transformed by someone's opposing opinion, especially on important issues.

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