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  •  I wouldn't be against rewriting/amending (1+ / 0-)
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    jamess

    the Constitution, necessarily, at least somewhat, as long as that was done in a genuinely democratic manner.

    But that will not be materially feasible until the right has been much more substantially purged and suppressed, heh.

    With sufficient progressive/liberal/moderate Democratic plurality in the House and Senate, Not rotten with Blue Dog ilk, it would be relatively easy to enact some fairly modest electoral, campaign finance and media reforms, legislatively, to allow the emergence of a much more viable democracy, from which could flow all manner of more substantial and fundamental changes.

    Meanwhile, we could roll out the new green paradigm all the way, put everyone back to work, bring home the troops, have homes, pensions, health care, education, etc.

    And did I mention?  Actually really prosecute monopoly corporate fascist traitors to humanity.

    Democracy is the most fundamental revolutionary principle.

    by Radical def on Sat Feb 11, 2012 at 02:57:27 PM PST

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