A career politician is somebody interested in political power promising citizens anything to win it then continuing the façade to keep that power.
Once they have their membership in government secured they continue providing a façade designed to convince their electorate that they are doing everything to keep their promises although not all of them just the ones that they judge will allow them to keep their comfy position.
Real career politicians have no moral scruples and they swing the way of popular sentiment without having any firm position
on anything just empty promises designed to make them look good.
Presently, in Canada a federal election is looming for next October and all five registered parties have their leaders working hard to
either get elected or keep their seats in Parliament. Televised leaders’ debates have started and last night we saw the first between our PM Stephen Harper representing the Conservatives, Thomas Mulcair representing the NDP, the official opposition, Justin Trudeau representing the Liberals, and Elizabeth May representing the Greens.
My tiny video composed of a series of photos is about what the Conservative party claims NDP leader Mulcair to be. This video would not be possible without appropriate sound (music) from www. archive.org.