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sabrina 1 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-22-11 12:37 AM
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35. The 'left' is weak. They are always worried about what the right will
think of them. Always trying to show how 'fair-minded' they are by pointing out perceived wrong-doing among their own. Hoping for a pat on the head from the bullies, which they never get of course.

I am tired of being part of a group that will never fight and that shudders in fear of the few who have stood up, like Cindy Sheehan, tossed under the bus as soon war became acceptable when a Dem was doing it. I could go on, the list is long. I think Seymour Hersch is correct, there has been a coup. And the left just stood and watched, or in some cases joined in.

So, yes, that is the problem. The left could have power, but they trade it away in fear of being called names by the right and the 'moderates' and 'pragmatists' etc whatever that is supposed to mean.

Keith will be thrown under the bus too as soon as the Corporate Entities 'explain' why he is no longer on the air and lefties will decide that maybe they have a point, 'even though I despise the corporate takeover of our media, they DO have a point. Keith should probably have tone it down a little'. Sickening.
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