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Who Wins and Who Loses. Exprompt

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Who usually wins in a  political  fight:

The one who has a goal.

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The one who  has  an ideology.

The one whose people  are interested in the   victory.

The one who  has a plan.

The one who  takes initiative.

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The one who has a voice.

The one who does not betray his allies.

The one who follows his perceptions.

The one who loves power and knows how to use it.

The one who  WANTS to win.

The one who is something.

Who usually loses in  a political fight:

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The one who  is  only on the defensive.

The one who  does not like his allies.

The one who likes his enemies and mimics them.

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