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nadinbrzezinski Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-27-08 02:00 AM
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47. What part of I can distinguish between GOVERNOR
Edited on Thu Nov-27-08 02:02 AM by nadinbrzezinski
Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his CENTRIST, even center right wing policies as GOVERNOR of New York and PRESIDENT Franklin Delano Roosevelt, one of the MOST LIBERAL presidents we have had are you purposely missing I don't know... but I also know you are not alone. Many folks have a problem with this little fact. (And the same goes for TR for the same structural reasons as well)

I also expect the CENTRIST Senator to be replaced by a fairly to very LIBERAL President for the SAME STRUCTURAL REASONS... and they have all to do with the Economy. Hell, I said over two years ago that the next president of the United States would be forced to enact a New Deal kind of polices because those of us paying attention knew this train wreck was on its way.

But right now, the people Obama is appointing are centrist, just as the people FDR appointed to his Cabinet between November of 1932 and Inauguration day in March of '33

This is HISTORY... I suggest you try readying some history. And that is what the OP is addressing... HISTORY
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