In defense of defection
Today's politicians will at the end of the day be judged by their actions and not by their party affiliations. Just like Winston Churchill.
Winston Churchill was elected to the British Parliament for the first time in 1900, representing the Conservative party. Four years later he "crossed the floor" to the Liberals, where he went on to serve as a cabinet minister under a number of governments. After losing three successive elections he returned to the Conservatives in 1924. "He was not a party man," wrote one of Churchill's,...
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