Political Campaigns Overuse "Change"

Mahatma Gandhi got it right, where in my opinion, the current politicians haven't; he said, "You must be the change you wish to see in the world."  Be the change - not talking about change that may or may not ever happen.

Which of the current candidates is the change, not just mouthing the words?

In any case, thankfully, we only have to listen to the posturing by both parties for another two months.


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Comment balloon 3 commentsRichard Iarossi • September 07 2008 06:01PM


Richard,  I don't know if you have ever been to  but they have a funny parody of this year's campaign.  Obama's sings about change in the cartoon.  It really emphasizes the point you are making here.

Posted by Jimmy McCall, The Ex-Mortgage Consultant ( almost 11 years ago

I look at change as changing the trends. I want someone who spends less money on programs that do not seem to work. I want change in economics.

Posted by Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs ( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.) almost 11 years ago

Rich, I believe that this year, if not change, we will see the end of the "log jam".  One way or another.

Posted by Suzanne McLaughlin, Sabinske & Associates, Realtor (Sabinske & Associates, Inc. (Albertville, St. Michael)) over 7 years ago

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