Corruption is the Same Everywhere
This week the immensely corrupt Argentinean husband-wife presidential team of Nestor and Cristina Kirchner were exposed for the frauds they are after seven-years of a ruinous rule.
Though popular until now, and enjoying the "majority", their form of kakistocracy served to torpedo an incredibly rich country. Oddly, or not so oddly if one has ever been coherent on Marco Island, these two and their syndicate routinely criticized those that they disagreed with. In but one of their slurs, they in fact described themselves:
"Governability cannot be a synonym for impunity … obscure agreements, the political manipulation of institutions, or spurious pacts behind society's back."
Amazing – sounds exactly how the governance behaves in some other formerly incredibly rich place.