Brazilian Presidential Election
Dilma’s Win Poses Challenge for Brazil
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  • rheddles

    It’s a good thing for democracies when
    voters prevent one party from becoming too powerful or too entrenched by
    occasionally throwing incumbents out of office.

    As in Massachusetts, New York, Maryland, Illinois, and Caliphornia? (Or pick your set of Republican strongholds. The liberals just spend more. But they all become gangster governments if the bums aren’t rotated regularly.) And don’t tell me about governors because they don’t change anything unless the legislature changes, though Rauner will give it a try.

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