I've no idea.
A small German man storms into a local bar and demands "Gimme a double of the strongest whiskey you got! I'm so pissed I can't even see straight!"
The bartender, noticing that the little man is a bit the worse for wear, pours him a double of Southern Comfort.
The German man swills down the drink and says "Gimme another one!".
The bartender pours the drink, but says "Now, before I give you this, why don't you let off a little steam and tell me why you're so upset?"
The lawful evil perspective is generally thought to be the most long-term playable within a group of similarly aligned characters. Such a group will generally recognize that the attainment of power is of paramount importance, and will work together, if not as a team, to gain power.
Some phrases to describe the lawful evil perspective:
Your opposition teaches you most about your weaknesses. Learn from your enemies.
A guy has lived in New York all of his life. He is Italian; lives in an Italian neighborhood and is a devout catholic. He goes into the neighborhood barber shop and (when his turn comes) says to the barber, "Gimme the best you've got. Next week, I'm taking my family to Rome!"