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LongTomH Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri May-21-10 10:41 PM
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27. I like this paragraph from the Greider article:
Citizens can win this fight if they mobilize smartly. We can do this by arousing public alarm right now, while members of Congress face a treacherous election and before Obama can work out his deal. Some liberal groups are discussing a "take the pledge" campaign that demands senators and representatives sign commitments to keep Hands Off Social Security Benefits. If politicians refuse to sign, put them on the target list for November. Barack Obama is standing on the third rail of politicslet's give him a warning jolt.


Paraphrasing Dylan Thomas, let's not "go quietly into that good night!"
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