In this case, the bad decision-making will become the politics.
politics is too expensive, and a new president has people to pay back.
But politics, however noisy, is less important than the ongoing structural realities that this report and its cousins describe.
We as coauthors disagree on the Palestinian U.N. bid, as on other important aspects of Middle Eastern politics.
This politics of schadenfreude focuses the populist ire of rank-and-file conservatives at the wrong targets.
Whoever will slander in politics, will slander in personal squabbles.
"I thought you were making a reference to politics," she said.
If he would return to his father's politics, then would she too become a renegade.
They say he might make a great figure in politics if he would.
Her forte is politics, and indeed she is no mean politician in her way.
1520s, "science of government," from politic (adj.), modeled on Aristotle's ta politika "affairs of state," the name of his book on governing and governments, which was in English mid-15c. as "Polettiques." Also see -ics.
Politicks is the science of good sense, applied to public affairs, and, as those are forever changing, what is wisdom to-day would be folly and perhaps, ruin to-morrow. Politicks is not a science so properly as a business. It cannot have fixed principles, from which a wise man would never swerve, unless the inconstancy of men's view of interest and the capriciousness of the tempers could be fixed. [Fisher Ames (1758-1808)]Meaning "a person's political allegiances or opinions" is from 1769.