By Sibel Tinar, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL –The words 'continuity', 'change', and 'alternative' have lost their respective meanings in politics leading up to the 2010 elections in Brazil, instead, through political maneuvering all have been merged into a single concept that in essence meant "the continuation of President Lula's legacy, and taking it one step further".
The campaigns leading up to the elections have primarily focused on who could lay claim to Lula's legacy and, since in politics winning over the median voter means winning the election, there is no doubt that with an approval . . .