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  • Gas tax debate takes new turn

    Common Wealth - 08/16/2011

    Ronald Reagan used to say that political campaigns are won by those who make their case in primary colors, not soft or muted pastels. What he was really saying was that strong and compelling leadership requires a clear and candid statement of principles – what you are for and what you are against. Franklin Delano Roosevelt similarly quoted Dante’s warning that the worst places in hell are reserved for those who are mired in indecision.

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