November 6, 2012

Google Founder: Abandon Political Parties

Gregory Ferenstein, Tech Crunch


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Google Co-Founder, Sergey Brin, made an extraordinary call to America’s politicians today: he pleaded for them to denounce political parties. “Please withdraw from your respective parties and govern as independents in name and in spirit,” he wrote on Google+ (full statement below):

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