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SwingVoter2006 Donating Member (97 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-10-06 01:11 PM
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60. Can you be specific?
What uniquely liberal issues have broad traction?

I am asking as a swinging moderate.

No, this is not a jab. It's a serious question. I am curious, because to my way of thinking when an issue has broad enough traction it ceases to be defined in liberal or conservative terms, and simply becomes an American issue.

The national debt, for one thing; over which many grassroots cons and libs seem both pissed all to hell.
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