Lowering expectations is near and dear the to the heart of every American and an act familiar to every American political leader, who must often promise far more than thay can or intend to deliver. And so, in a tradition perhaps as old as the Republic itself, the leading candidates of both parties are letting their supporters know, “Hey, I’m not going to lose tomorrow, but if I do it’s really no big deal. It’s all just part of the plan.” After all, pumping tens of millions of dollars into a single state contest and then losing to someone with no money who nobody had heard of six weeks ago, for example, isn’t embarrassing at all. [Detroit Free Press, The Note]
December 6, 2013
Winning is For Losers
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