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Can Lieawatha Become a Senator? Yes She Can.

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


"Honesty is relative." That was the precept I got from a campaign manager when I questioned why he was running a Marxist and communist party activist as an "Independent" candidate for mayor rather than on the communist party line. Why not just be who you are? I asked. He then explained the moral relativism of the left. In their minds, their world view is the truth; its opponents are evil. There is thus nothing wrong with lying if that is what it takes to defeat the evildoers. The ends justify the means.

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