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All true, but I don't blame them. They have to cultivate intimacy with millions. They have to pander.
But it does call attention to the difference between a statesperson and a politician.
Come to think of it, a parallel: It's preposterous that people pick their partners in personal growth based on cuteness. It's likewise preposterous that people pick their leaders in national growth based on their charisma.
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