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kevsand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jul-05-05 08:12 PM
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20. Ding, ding, ding!
In cozying up to the corporate funders, they frequently end up in opposition to the interests of organized labor.
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  -What exactly is a "New Democrat"? AJH032  Jul-05-05 07:10 PM   #0 
  - Term used by DLC  Demgirl   Jul-05-05 07:12 PM   #1 
  - "since DLC seems to be losing its popularity among rank and file Dems"  wyldwolf   Jul-16-05 04:03 PM   #36 
     - Denial of measurable phenomena typically equals...  Chan790   Oct-31-08 10:51 PM   #45 
  - generally, they only pay lip service to those old-Dem ideals,  MisterP   Jul-05-05 07:14 PM   #2 
  - A moderate Republican  ikojo   Jul-05-05 07:15 PM   #3 
  - Ding, ding, ding!  kevsand   Jul-05-05 08:12 PM   #20 
  - A pro-corporate politician in sheep's clothing.  brainshrub   Jul-05-05 07:17 PM   #4 
  - Brainshrub, I usually always agree with you, but  napi21   Jul-05-05 07:30 PM   #13 
     - Okay, okay... you're right.  brainshrub   Jul-05-05 07:48 PM   #16 
     - I can't disagree with that. I can also see whay they did it.  napi21   Jul-05-05 08:04 PM   #18 
        - Dean showed us how.  brainshrub   Jul-05-05 08:14 PM   #22 
        - Oh man I hope you're right.  napi21   Jul-05-05 08:25 PM   #25 
        - "how can the Dems still get funds without selling us out?"  Liberal_Christian   Mar-16-09 03:48 AM   #53 
     - Lieberman's reelection slogan this year  Ken Burch   Jul-14-05 04:30 AM   #31 
  - New Democrats accept the primacy of Corporate interests.  wurzel   Jul-05-05 07:20 PM   #5 
  - so clinton was a republican?  AJH032   Jul-05-05 07:22 PM   #6 
  - I don't think many progressives liked him per-se.  brainshrub   Jul-05-05 07:27 PM   #11 
  - He did shift the tax burden to the wealthy  AJH032   Jul-05-05 08:24 PM   #24 
     - And what was NAFTA?  thegreatwildebeest   Jul-05-05 11:06 PM   #29 
        - This Clinton bashing surprises me  AJH032   Jul-24-05 03:53 PM   #39 
           - CLINTON THE GREATEST BY FAR  clarence swinney   Nov-23-08 03:57 PM   #46 
  - By 1992, a lot of progressives were willing to settle  Ken Burch   Jul-14-05 12:49 PM   #33 
  - CLINTON GREAT no matter the label  clarence swinney   Aug-28-08 06:34 PM   #41 
  - GREATEST RECORD=POPULAR  clarence swinney   Aug-28-08 06:39 PM   #42 
  - Economically? Yes, he was. Progressives "liked" him on some social issues.  Political Heretic   Mar-11-09 11:41 PM   #52 
  - I think the DLC gets a bad rap around here.  BlakeB   Jul-05-05 07:23 PM   #7 
  - The old DLC was a group w/ promise  Demgirl   Jul-08-05 06:28 PM   #30 
  - In Canada  Beaver Tail   Jul-05-05 07:23 PM   #8 
  - Does that mean  AJH032   Jul-05-05 07:25 PM   #9 
  - Its Not Socialist  Beaver Tail   Jul-05-05 07:30 PM   #12 
  - Good question. The answer is no.  brainshrub   Jul-05-05 07:33 PM   #14 
     - I agree with your take  AJH032   Jul-05-05 07:46 PM   #15 
     - You can be a conservative and still support social programs.  brainshrub   Jul-05-05 08:03 PM   #17 
        - Thats is true brainshrub  Beaver Tail   Jul-05-05 08:09 PM   #19 
           - The dual system of political ideology is obsolete.  brainshrub   Jul-05-05 08:19 PM   #23 
              - This is exactly what I was talking about  Beaver Tail   Jul-05-05 08:39 PM   #27 
     - Correction: some of us are Democrats AND Socialists  Ken Burch   Jul-14-05 04:33 AM   #32 
  - Although, to further clarify, the New Democratic Party of Canada(NDP)  Ken Burch   Jul-14-05 02:28 PM   #34 
  - As mentioned...  punpirate   Jul-05-05 07:26 PM   #10 
  - Some might call them appeasers...  Fridays Child   Jul-05-05 08:14 PM   #21 
  - a republican national guard member who was sent to iraq  Kurt Remarque   Jul-05-05 08:34 PM   #26 
  - That is the best answer in this whole thread.  brainshrub   Jul-05-05 10:30 PM   #28 
  - to get a better understanding, try wikipedia  wyldwolf   Jul-16-05 04:00 PM   #35 
  - I think the "old Democrat" was misunderstood.  musical_soul   Jul-19-05 12:01 AM   #37 
  - Let's put it into the perspective of Dems from FDR to present day  wyldwolf   Jul-20-05 05:32 AM   #38 
  - That makes me "Old Left"  StopThePendulum   Jul-27-05 12:38 PM   #40 
  - A moderate Republican posing as a Democrat. NT  Karl_Bonner_1982   Sep-26-08 03:11 AM   #43 
  - The First Debate is over. Give us your feedback  dem75   Sep-27-08 10:56 AM   #44 
  - progressive democrats  dcsmart   Dec-03-08 07:23 PM   #47 
  - Third way centrist  mathisen   Jan-03-09 05:48 PM   #48 
  - Someone who believes in Reaganomics-lite, basically.  Karl_Bonner_1982   Jan-17-09 02:05 AM   #49 
  - Communists infiltrate Democrats  votervoice   Jan-27-09 03:05 PM   #50 
  - It's very simple: New Democrats = Corporatists Democrats  Political Heretic   Mar-11-09 11:37 PM   #51 
 

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