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Oct 10, 2013


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Phoenix Woman

Wrestling and politics have much in common. There's lots of posturing in both. However, unless you're the boss' son or son-in-law, you don't get far in wrestling unless you know how to sell whatever role you're given to sell, be it heel, face, or tweener; all too often in politics, a talentless nonentity can make it to the top if he or she has lots of rich and/or powerful backers.

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