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peacetalksforall Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-27-08 10:35 AM
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102. The Republican Party in the Democratic Party - the players are
identifying themselves, one bote by one statement by one inaction - everyday there are signs that the Dem Party in leadership is very small. Feingold, Kucinich, Wexler ... just a few.

From Clinton to Pelosi to Hoyers to Bayh to the Nelsons and Landrieau and way too often Biden - a high proportion of them.

We are screwed.

I missed out on the news about Goss. Babyface Nelson and a few other more recognized criminals were princes compared to Goss.

Naming Goss is indicative of her ethics.

How does a person go on hoping that these rotting eggs are making the right decisions and that we just don't understand they have a plan for justice.

I am also very concerned about Obama.

We are constantly in the position of trusting blindly and it means we are self blinding oursevles because there is more proof than ever that we have been betrayed by Pelois and all her backers and cohorts.

All those who I believe have betrayed us are heavy into the DLC. Tell me that I'm wrong and why.
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