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Berry Cool Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-09-08 07:58 AM
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4. I don't buy it.
One of the reasons I became attracted to Obama in the first place is that he struck me as more center-left than anything else.

I mean, come on, that graph has RALPH NADER as "center left." Fricking RALPH NADER.

In short, you have to keep posting this graph because people don't believe in its accuracy like you do. They believe it is wrong, because by its calculations, just about every prominent politician in America is a right winger. And that's just not true.

Since when is Europe the arbiter of who is truly "right" and "left"?
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