Loyalty?! 🧐Loyalty To What Exactly?🤨

Loyalty To The Way It Ought To Be Versus The Way It Actually Is

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[…]loyalty has often been associated with conservative rather than liberal or progressive causes. It is often complained that the presidential years of George W. Bush were marked — and corrupted — by a culture of loyalty, one in which competence took at best a second place.

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All the President’s men, whether Nixon’s or Bush’s, were expected, first and foremost, to be loyal, an expectation that led not only to poor judgement but also to secrecy and cover-ups. As a political and personal virtue, loyalty was overrated — a defense of the status quo and corrosive of good judgement.¹ — John Kleinig

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[…]the partiality of loyalty — the fact that loyalty appears to be owed not generally but to particular people or groups.² — John Kleinig

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Ambien tweeting…

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