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Bob Jacobson

"Politics for its own ends is ridiculous"? Oh, and how shall we govern ourselves, Mr. Zuck? By clicking buttons on a computer screen? Forgive me, but politics as a human endeavor "for its own ends" -- that being, governance -- existed long before the Internet and frankly, long before neocons stole the limelight.

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