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Friday, February 02, 2007

Why Do I Care?

I find it hilarious that public officials seem to think that they do us wrong when they have affairs. How it affects us? I don't know. Unless they had an affair with me, with someone I love, or with someone else and me being the cheated on, I am not the one they should apologize to. Got it?

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  • because the politician has violated his constituents' trust by compromising his integrity.

    having an affair suggests low integrity,
    low integrity would affect other decisions he might make concerning the public OR would cause the public to see him as corrupt,
    apologizing shows that he believes what he did was wrong/immoral and that it violated his sense of integrity. it wasn't "who he is,"
    therefore, apologizing for having an affair helps the public to respect the politician again, which is good for the politician.

    By Blogger Karjaneth, at 10:50 PM  

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