Ted Rall for May 30, 1998
U.S. Politics 101 Man: Often the most dramatic changes have to be made by politicians from the opposite end of the ideological spectrum. Only Truman could nuke Japan. Only a southerner like LBJ could get the Civil Rights Act passed. And it took Bill "Bubba" Clinton to push through NAFTA for big business.) Americans respect unpredictability it may sound perverse, but voting for a candidate you hate is your best shot at getting your opinions made into policy.) (Man 2: Unless you're a Democrat) (Man: Absolute power corrupts absolutely separation of power corrupts schizophrenically.