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Timbuk3 Donating Member (727 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Feb-20-06 11:10 PM
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32. I should have been clearer
I reposted David Sirota's blog entry verbatum. By supplying the link at the end, I thought that I was making that clear but obviously I didn't.

I was also aware of that Mother Jones article. I got both links from Cursor.org, today.

I have a choice. You do, too.

We can either believe that the Democratic party is a big, evil organization that crushes people like Hackett, or we can beat the GOP. I don't see any way to do both.

I'd like to see Hackett run for a house seat. If he doesn't, I'm sure we'll find someone else. No one is indispensable.

Brown is a good, progressive candidate. I, for one, am not going to let this "controversy" affect his chances of winning against DeWine.

Of course, you're free to do as you please. This was still America, the last time I looked, so speak out while you still can.
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