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Because the popular perception of politics is that it is a necessary but also corrupting thing. Which is to say that we need politicians, but that the practice of actually being a politician will slowly corrupt you. Being new thus means that you are not yet corrupted (and if the person you are replacing is very experienced then the net loss of corruption from the system is greater.) It is also why the perfect version of new comer is “idealistic outsider”, as the Outsider part speaks to them being not yet corrupted at all and Idealistic says that it should take more time to corrupt them at all, or that they are more resistant to corruption (but more resistant only, not immune).