A group of etymologists has discovered the two root words of the word 'politics'.
Greek polu-, from polus, meaning much, many.
Tick: Any of numerous small bloodsucking parasitic arachnids of the family Ixodidae, many of which transmit febrile diseases, such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Lyme disease.
Make your own conclusions.
Two young boys named Dexter and Billy were sitting on a river bank talking and fishing.
Dexter: "Presidents have defining moments. Some of their statements are remembered by history for all time. Franklin Roosevelt said, 'The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.' When people are impressed by a president's words they repeat it and in time many become iconic quotes."
Billy: "Come on man, your pulling my leg."
Politician (to his lawyer): I'll admit it was a miracle you were able to clear my name. However, I don't understand why you charged me three times the hours of actual work?
Lawyer: It has to do with the law.
Politician: Do you mean to tell me the law told you to triple bill me?
Lawyer: No, but for some odd reason the law doesn't allow me to write the word "bribe" on a billing statement.