....when we first practice to deceive.
We know that almost all politicians are deceitful when they campaign. Call it exaggeration, embellishment, speaking a half-truth, or outright lying, it makes no difference. If there is a willful intention to deceive people in anyway, it's a lie......period.
Take this situation with the Democratic candidate for governor in Florida, for instance. She was caught red-handed getting a text message from someone in her campaign, which was a deliberate and blatant violation of the debate rules. She was called out on it and now she is lying to cover up the act:
Once again, the trained eye can spot a liar a mile away. Watch her body language, listen to her uneasy verbal communication, and realize that she is giving stark clues as to just how utterly untruthful she is being in the midst of this self-made crisis.
Now by contrast, here is a guy who is telling the truth:
I bet he wishes this tape didn't exist.
I say this because he is once again trying to BS the people of California into electing him governor of that state.
He said it then, I believed him then. But what about now?
Alex Sinks is lying to get elected in Florida and Jerry Brown is lying to get elected in California. Are the people from those states comfortable voting for people who are brazen enough to keep lying despite being caught red-handed?
How about you?
Will you believe a Democrat who says they will not automatically come down on the side of Pelosi and Reid? With examples like them, is it any wonder why we end up with a culture that demonstrates a need for interviews like this?
Any wonder at all?