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Denying the message that was broadcasted to the public is fashionable in politics. Trump, Carson, Christie and even world leaders like Putin. In order to deny a verbalism you earlier spoke to the public, you must first say, "the people took what I said out of context", or "here's the reason why I said this" (by back stepping and legitimizing the statement), or "the media is against me" (as in Carson calling reporters as used car salesman). There are a variety of examples of how these presidential candidates are trying to attract voters at the same time they spout off incredible gaffes. With some of the gaffes, the public becomes fortunate to hear the "real" story because the speaker informs us, which if he had wisely known what he was going to say, he would not have said it. Public speaking is an art and a precious skill. It's sad that many politicians have not been able to be good speakers. Trump just mouths off anything without "thinking", McCarthy did not think first before speaking, and Carson speaks from his mind and could careless about how others think about him. I don't believe Carson is truthful to humanity, because he lets the public know who he is as a bigoted, racist, uneducated person not suitable for being a president. My suggestion to Carson is go do what you are best at, which is a surgeon and leave politics to those who "KNOW".
This morning I read where Putin is in deny form of the incursion acts in Turkey, Syria, Iran and Iraq. Putin just will not talk of the matter other than say, Russia did not do that." That is the fashionable way to deny the horrific act and not do the unthinkable thing like Obama did and "apologize". What's wrong with indicating you made a mistake? What is wrong is denying the overwhelming evidence against you. I can see fighting for the truth to come out and turn back the public sentiment and judicial acts against you, just like Tom Brady and the NFL, or Hillary with Benghazi and emails. I do not believe either Brady or Hilary has ever apologized, but neither has their attackers, which continue to pursue their evil agendas.
What a lesson to our youth we adults are showing as if you do something wrong, just deny it and it will go away. Whatever happened to being responsible for your actions? This is an example of how humanity has not improved. Maybe these people with public sentiment against them are guilty of their bad acts, but there is a tremendous amount of evidence that their attackers have secret agendas to dethrone their position. The media are the winners, because the storylines sell either way and who cares whos right, just so that it sells newsworthy pieces to the public