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Reply #5: He's not a right-winger. He was chair of the DLC: that means liberal-bashing, [View All]

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struggle4progress Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jan-25-10 12:02 PM
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5. He's not a right-winger. He was chair of the DLC: that means liberal-bashing,
smooth-talking, business-as-usual friend of the corporate class. The corporate class is a mixed bag; one generally expects them to oppose regulation and taxes and unions, but they'll generally also want stability and a predictable playing field, and they've not necessarily conservative on social issues. Moreover, it's a large group, and although some generalization may be accurate overall, it contains a lot of people with varied views
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