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View Diary: The Most Important Election in 2012 is in Wisconsin (160 comments)

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  •  I've begun to notice lately that many of the (2+ / 0-)
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    la urracca, Puddytat

    best comments come later in the discussion. Yours is a good example:

    They don't want the grassroots to succeed, ever, and certainly won't do anything that might encourage future pressure from the grassroots.
    The Democratic Party at the national level has abandoned the rank and file Democrat and is now (has been) avidly courting big money. It has even abandoned the unions, public and private, demonstrating to the corporatists just how serious they are about their betrayal.

    From an earlier comment:

    Corporate-owned Democrats are actually worse than corporate-owned Republicans, since they are what prevent the possibility of a populist political alternative. Give the choice between one corporate candidate or another, voters who want such an alternative should always choose the Republican, since that will limit corporate power to one party.

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