Hope, as we know, is not something found in the promises of politicians or the propaganda of public relations puppets, but is mostly an emotional sentiment of the politically infantile. Once freed from this false promise, though, the impossible becomes achievable. Not in the hope of anything, as Momaday wrote, but hopelessly — neither in fear nor hatred nor despair of evil — as we venture out to the confrontation.
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