Politicians, Like Dirty Diapers, Should be Changed Often


Your husband hears your five-week old baby crying. You know the problem. She has a dirty diaper. You know what needs to be done. Her diaper needs changing. You’re tired. The baby’s been cranky all day, and you need a rest, even if it’s only a short one. Your ever-loving husband is in his workshop. “Honey,” you call out to him, “would you be a dear and check on Julie?” He returns with baby in tow and passes her off to you and says, “Her diaper’s dirty, so I can’t change it.”

Sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it?

But how many people say they can’t get involved in politics because it’s too “dirty”?

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