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  •  I agree with everything that she says in the (8+ / 0-)

    excerpted Q & A.

    If you don't keep the issues front and center unambiguously between election cycles, you lose ground. Period.  If we really want to create the change that we and a majority of citizens want, the only way to achieve that is to tell the people what, how, and why we are advocating and achieving toward the change they want.

    No more relying on a nebulous bipartisanship as if we are some sort of third party Third Way, but instead with defined goals related to the issues which is basically working to implement the platform.

    Chief neoconservative/fundamentalist allied belief: All things are possible if only you lie.

    by blueoasis on Thu Sep 27, 2012 at 09:22:09 PM PDT

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