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salin Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Apr-13-06 10:15 PM
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19. far bigger, for this person, that admitting a failure of bush.
This person HATED Clinton (greatly due to buying propoganda) - had to work through that hatred - long standing hatred... and comes out not just not liking bush - but revising long held views of Clinton - from "disgusting" to "best president".. due to realizing the policis/politics were more important than personality - and that in reality, for this person, what couldn't be heard at the time through the stoked hatred, was that the belief and vision espoused by Clintnon actually reflected/resonated wiht this person's personal views. Sad that this person could never get over the stoked (rush and rw media spin) while Clinton was Presdient - as in that this person (and many others) couldn't ever hear the messages/words of Clinton when they were spoken due to reflexive anger/hatred. But that now, bushco and the GOP has forced this person to fully work through their cognitive dissonance and completely reevaluate everying... and emerge willing to expend the energy to think critically about political issues... that seems significant to me.
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