Americans who believe the nation is exceptional do not like to think about our political corruption. In our fabulously projective way, we believe other countries are corrupt (Mexico is frequently mentioned), but not us. Until this year; now it is fashionable. But Americans understand that denouncing corruption is just another fad or market trend with the half-life of a new line of sneakers.
But the ongoing activity of political corruption is a little more premanent and defifnitely more complex for easy comprehension of the various factions mobbing for their candidates this season in the unlikely assumption that comprehension is their aim.Read More »