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|'Ninety percent of politics is deciding whom to blame.' Meg Greenfield, |
Newsweek, 12 February 1996 When and why do people assign responsibility to
the European Union for policy performance, and what are the consequences of
|Gorbachev, Mikhail If a politician isn't doing it to his wife , then he's doing it to his |
country. - Grant, Amy I never said all Democrats ... Greeley, Horace Ninety
percent of politics is deciding whom to blame. - Greenfield, Meg Ignorance makes
|When you are abroad you are a statesman; when you are at home you are just a |
politician - Harold Macmillan. 2. Election year is when a lot of ... Politics. 1 . Ninety
percent of politics is deciding whom to blame. - Meg. Greenfield. 2. ln politics ...
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|705 TOPIC: Politics Political Blame Ninety percent of all politics is deciding who |
to blame. 706 TOPIC: Politics No Preparation for Politics Politics is perhaps 705
TOPIC: PoliticsPolitical Blame.
|THE LAST WORD NINETY PERCENT OF POLITICS IS DECIDING WHOM to |
blame. The other 10 percent may be labeled miscellaneous. Once in a blue
moon, it is true, a person or cause will come along that is capable of inspiring
more than ...
|... it is up to other people or society to solve this problem for me." If we follow the |
political process, and how can we help it, blame is the name of the game. Meg
Greenfield wrote in Newsweek, "Ninety percent of politics is deciding whom ...
|Presidential Decision Making and Blame Avoidance in Vietnam and Iraq Thomas |
Preston ... man in the country!90 Indeed, this concern about Powell as a potential
“political threat” to the president, as someone who had been seen as a potential
presidential candidate, ... One poll was showing him in 2002 at eighty percent.
|Although she'd been adopted as an infant and raised by a childless couple who'd |
been among the junior ranks of Kornati's ... Ninety percent of them hadn't even
registered to vote, so what sort of political base could they provide? ... Faced with
the decision, seventy-eight percent of them had decided anything was better than
that, and that permanently ... "I don't blame you for being cautious," he said.
|... but after the manner of all politicians, when it became politic to do so, it |
changed its collective mind and came out in ... Before the end of the First World
War the decision was made. ... The Jews, at that time, were less than ten percent
of the population compared to ninety percent Arabs. ... Like all people who suffer
from a major social problem, the Germans needed a devil, a Satan, on whom all