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Aaron Lercher

If truth-telling is not always a virtue for politicians (negotiations and trade-offs often can make it impossible for them), then it may be a virtue to speak in earnest: making and having a realistic plan and speaking to advance it in society. This goes beyond merely not doing one's job.

It seems that sometimes speaking in earnest can make it impossible to tell the truth.

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