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October 28, 2007


Bryan Cary

Does the voter care whether or not someone is lying? If the voter lies on a regular basis, which seems to be the case from the highest levels of government on down, he or she doesn't care if their party politician lies. Instead they firmly believe that it is the other party that lies even more and with more serious consequences.

This nation, if it is to survive as a democracy, must demand "the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth" from every candidate running for office as well as every politician in office. This breach of a 'new law', should be punishable by forfeiture of position and time in jail.

It should apply to those in the media as well.


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