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    Default Did Obama and his liberal policies normalize hypocrisy?

    It seems hypocrisy has become the norm in the American workplace. I have never experienced the amount of deceit currently going on in corporations. Even the lowest level peons are fine with not remembering what and who said a few minutes ago on some highly important topic or simply misstating the facts as if they were true. Middle level managers when caught doing something stupid come back with - this is how we all grow, isn't it? Nobody is uncomfortable. The fluid state of affairs is always presented as the best thing that ever existed despite the fact it will be changed during the next reorg only a few weeks away. The level of excitement you are supposed to exhibit for anything the company does borderlines with a derangement syndrome. Many foreign born CEOs do not understand you can not be this excited all the time. Couple this with stupid HR policies which nobody is allowed to question and you have turned the economy into a backstabbing gulag. Is there hope?
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    The Left stopped trying to hide their duplicity a good 10 years before Obama was president. Clinton (take your pick which one) normalized hypocrisy.
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    Personal electronics have left people with the memory capacity of a sea slug. I have been amazed at even very young people (perhaps the most effected?) can't seem to remember anything. Ask for something in a restaurant? They simply forget. It applies to any business that has custumer facing employees. It's an epidemic.
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    Hypocrisy has always been the backbone of politics. The State itself is a hypocritical institution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PierzStyx View Post
    Hypocrisy has always been the backbone of politics. The State itself is a hypocritical institution.
    Yep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PierzStyx View Post
    Hypocrisy has always been the backbone of politics. The State itself is a hypocritical institution.
    The broad brush painting really serves no purpose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by euphemia View Post
    The broad brush painting really serves no purpose.
    It serves his purpose, he wants to discourage any effective resistance to the powers that be and scare normal people away from the small government end of the spectrum.
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    Our Constitution calls for limited government. Very limited. That's what Ron Paul advocates: Constitutional limits on government, not the abolishment of government.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Personal electronics have left people with the memory capacity of a sea slug. I have been amazed at even very young people (perhaps the most effected?) can't seem to remember anything. Ask for something in a restaurant? They simply forget. It applies to any business that has custumer facing employees. It's an epidemic.
    Trump via twitter has called them all out. Trump recognizes that people's memories are lacking that is why he continuously repeats everything he says.



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