I dont agree with everything Ralph Nader stands for, but hes right about a troubling trend in American politics: a political language pollution by what he calls linguistic swindling. That means using confusing language to hide the real nature of something.
Political strategist Frank Lentz said, If we talk about pain, we lose. We invoke a better future, we win. An example is what Congress named the Common Sense Product Liablility Reforms Act, but Nader calls it the Death to Americans Act.
You see, telling the truth is important to God. God frowned on warping words in the Old Testament and the New Testament. When you attempt to fool people with wordsdouble-speak or advertising or political rhetoric or whateverthats called lying. The Good Book says, Let your yes be yes and your no be no.