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Political malpractice kills, and the perpetrators should be dealt with accordingly

We give a lot of lip service to holding politicians accountable. But how often do we actually hold them to account? The answer is: rarely. But if we treated political malpractice like the violent crime that it is, we would likely get much better public servants. It may seem extreme to talk about prosecuting political malpractice, but unless we ultimately decide to do so, innocent people will continue to die.
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