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1. To mislead people with false information.

2. To believe and follow a political party's propaganda and attempt to use that false propaganda to lead one's self, or others into believing what just isn't so.

3. To use a lie, or even a half truth/ half lie to lead others to do what ought not to be done.

4. To lead other into believing that which isn't true, especially by using half truths or what the led want to believe to be the truth.

5. Propaganda, especially political propaganda
The conservatives say that Barrack Obama has myth-led America with false information about his education and birth place without producing the evidence to quite his nay-sayers. The liberals myth-lead themselves by saying it doesn't matter as long as "their" man is in power.

People who believe either major Political Party propaganda are being myth-led by accepting what they are being told because they want to believe that something is the way they want to think it is... rather than seeking out the truth of the issues.

For example, there are people that believe because the words "Health Care" are used in a bill that is so large and unknowing that Nancy Pelosi said: "We'll have to pass it to know what's in it", that the bill is actually designed to be for the interest of "the people's health care"; when in fact: It is the insurance companies who will benefit most by the passing of the Bill; and the bill for those favors will be passed on to the people through higher taxes.

So you can believe what either party says, but you will be myth-led if you do. If you don't want to be myth-led, keep an open mine... and vote the bums out of both parties.
Do you want it because "YOUR" selected party wants it... or is it something that you care deeply about? If you don't care enough to become involved, you will continue to be myth-led and that's the truth!
by newman33461 March 22, 2010
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