It is still early in the game we normally attribute as election.  When the time comes, public offices are up for grabs; and these are positions from top to the bottom of the government totem pole.  Of course, it goes without saying that the necessary perks and privileges are all luminescent and dangling tempestuously in front of the winner.  That is the usual impression.

Leadership in this side of the planet is more political than social, more of a token rather than a principled crusade.  Political promises are mere come-ons, packaging techniques rather than quality contents.  And the great majority, the political audience, the constituency have no other recourse but sigh rather than sing.  Life goes on after the exercise; business comes, grindingly slow as it was, as usual and back to the normal struggle.  For the worker, it’s back to work.  For those given the mandate, its time to…

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