Sorry about the confusion, what I mean by "politically expediant" is basically poll chasing, or doing something you don't feel is right just to gain a political advantage. i.e. hate taxation but vote an increase just to gain favor with the other parties in the debate.Pacridge said:I went with Politically Incompetent. Not really sure what Politically Expedient means? Had there been a choice for Politically Crooked or Politically Fraudulent I probably would have went that way.
I think all of them are pretty bad and wish I had given an all the above option, but to not care about representation is, in my book, inviting trouble.Soviet_Guy said:I chose uncaring because simply, I think that no matter how insane or unrealistic anyone's political belief may be, it's even worse for people to not care at all about politics.
Welcome to Debate Politics.Burnasty said:I chose politically correct. I would love to tell a "fart" joke without looking over my shoulder. Laughing should be more common than being upset over words.
I think that's very logical and intelligent.sebastiansdreams said:I went with politically devisive. It's the idea of "at all costs" that frightens me here. So many evil things come from good intentions, and devisiveness can invovle so many evils. Take the actions of Nixon.