Steigerwald's column, titled "10 Points for Nothing," plays off the CSSD's June campain and statements by many parties regarding a new proposal Tuesday for a coalition government. They might as well all get together and become one party, he writes: The Party of General Good.
Just about every day, politicians stand at the podium before journalists and the like public in order to say nothing in many words. It would be nice if the public stopped taking this. And if an end arrived to this comedy. . . .
The journeys may be varied: yet politics are not the goal, rather a means to achieve them. [Paraphrasing the words of poet Jan Kollar]
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