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  •  From the tone in your replies I have a question (1+ / 0-)
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    that keeps coming up when I read your stuff.  Just out of curiosity, are you involved with the Democratic party or a mainstream political organization at a high level?

    I know this is kind of sensitive, and I'm not accusing you of anything.  It's just that it appears to me that you are a very careful and measured centrist.  Again, there is nothing wrong with that, and of course, feel free to reject answering that question.

    On the most important point, and putting aside the issue of attacking the source when it comes to controversial issue, do you reject the main premise of the thesis?  Does it make sense?

    Keep in mind that I've done extensive research about this subject; a subject I've been following for almost two decades now.  I actually wrote a paper about one time in college, over 20 years ago.

    •  fg was right. (0+ / 0-)

      you really do see conspiracies everywhere if you're seriously asking if he's a higher up in the party.

      this report, and your view generally, consistently get the causality backwards: the mainstream media takes the views it does because that's how most people see the world.

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