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LeahMira Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-29-03 10:56 AM
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14. So how to "fix it" now?
You don't think that these crazed predators will stop with a simple victory, do you? They beat up upon the weak because they enjoy it. It is a way of life. They have children who they'll need to carry on the traditions. No, no cessation of class warfare is in the cards.

So are you saying that the resistance will have to come from outside the U.S.?

I think that if there is a significant shift to the left, the ultra-right will not accept it easily or "nicely" in this country. But does that mean that the Democrats need to nominate a Lieberman in order to pull things more gradually to the left, which actually means, IMO, pulling things more to the center and away from the far right?

No, from what I read on the "freeper" board, they would like to kill us all off, or at least export us all to Cuba.
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  -2004 Election: one of the final battles in the war of the classes? Q  Oct-29-03 08:44 AM   #0 
  - Now I'm really depressed  wakfs   Oct-29-03 08:48 AM   #1 
  - democrats  asjr   Oct-29-03 08:57 AM   #3 
     - The lack of cohesiveness in the party isn't the fault of the DNC...  wyldwolf   Oct-29-03 09:23 AM   #5 
        - 2004  asjr   Oct-29-03 09:35 AM   #6 
        - Translation: it's the fault of "the greens and further left democrats."  RichM   Oct-29-03 10:39 AM   #12 
        - Once again, RichM, you're reactionary in your reply...  wyldwolf   Oct-29-03 10:43 AM   #13 
           - Do you know what the word "reactionary" means?  RichM   Oct-29-03 11:29 AM   #20 
              - I'm afraid I agree with RichM  tom_paine   Oct-29-03 11:39 AM   #22 
        - This isn't a coincidence...  Q   Oct-29-03 12:06 PM   #25 
  - "Respect the conservatives"??  Brucey   Oct-29-03 08:50 AM   #2 
  - To look at it another way  camero   Oct-29-03 10:02 AM   #7 
  - But we're talking social darwinism here.  Touchdown   Oct-29-03 11:08 AM   #16 
     - One of the primary events that brought down Feudalism  Arianrhod   Oct-29-03 11:45 AM   #23 
  - The Democrats are too spread out.  oc2002   Oct-29-03 09:13 AM   #4 
  - I believe this, and think this is why Edwards is the best candidate.  AP   Oct-29-03 10:07 AM   #8 
  - a logical problem  Iverson   Oct-29-03 10:10 AM   #9 
  - So how to "fix it" now?  LeahMira   Oct-29-03 10:56 AM   #14 
  - no ...  Iverson   Oct-29-03 11:01 AM   #15 
  - "They beat up on the weak because they enjoy it"  tom_paine   Oct-29-03 11:29 AM   #21 
  - If Bush "wins" it will be the final battle  leftofthedial   Oct-29-03 10:16 AM   #10 
  - The problem remains that the neocons...  Q   Oct-29-03 11:20 AM   #18 
  - Are you advocating Genocide??  forgethell   Oct-29-03 11:28 AM   #19 
  - No final battle next year  mad_as_hell   Oct-29-03 10:18 AM   #11 
  - The Republicans will block the next Dem president...  Q   Oct-29-03 11:10 AM   #17 
     - Q is right, that is the trend,  Brucey   Oct-29-03 12:04 PM   #24 
        - The intellegentsia usually die easy when faced with Totalitarians  tom_paine   Oct-29-03 12:22 PM   #26 
        - The 'intellectual' elements of our society...  Q   Oct-29-03 12:33 PM   #27 
  - But many Democratic "leaders" want to eliminate Social Security  WhoCountsTheVotes   Oct-29-03 12:39 PM   #28 
     - They want to change the Democratic party...  Q   Oct-29-03 02:21 PM   #29 

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