Honestly I think the term "nationalist" could be replaced with many others and the quote would still have a ring of truth. (from all sides of the spectrum)
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Answer by gdiamante at 11:15 AM on Nov. 25, 2010
I have noticed that when someone's preferred political party is in office, they remain so loyal to that party that they refuse to admit the wrong that it is doing. I have seen with both Dems and Reps.
In the above sense I somewhat agree. However, there have been times when an elected official from the right of the aisle does something I completely disagree with and think that it's terms for resignation, however I am powerless to do anything about that since I am either not one of their constituents or the fact that it takes a majority to vote them out. Unfortunately, many elected officials don't really 'get' when it's time to leave the scene.
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