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Horse with no Name Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jan-03-11 09:15 PM
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12. The problem is
IF the Democratic Party DID split--it would have to have a HIGH PROFILE defacto head of the party (in my dreams, it would be Howard Dean or someone like that!) to become successful.
However, there is too much loyalty that is still bestowed upon the party and people like Howard and others aren't going to throw away a lifetime of loyalty. Perhaps the next generation will not feel that much loyalty--and certainly after being repeatedly raped by the party and the PTB insisting we just lay back and enjoy it...real HOPE and real CHANGE might happen.
That's where we is an impasse that certainly has to be crossed before the walls will come down.
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