02 August 2011


In my earlier post, I mentioned a principled stand.

Standing against overwhelming odds in the face of defeat is one thing.

Declaring you are going against your party before a consensus is formed is a principled stand.

Waiting until your party is certain of victory without you and then declaring your opposition is not.

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