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  •  Yup. Take my chances outside the pot. (3+ / 0-)
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    Tom Rinaldo, dadoodaman, unfangus

    If the Democrats want my vote ever again, they are going to have to win it.

    Instead of compromising with Republicans, they need to compromise with me.

    I will not support any candidate who supports the Third Way and is perpetuating the downfall of the 98%.

    I will not support any party operatives or supporters during elections unless they actively and aggressively support the advancement of Economic Civil Rights in every way undertaken by the Left between elections.

    The Democratic Party was swept into power in 2008 on the HOPE that it would represent the 98% against a 2% that had so recklessly and criminally taken us to war, ignored the environment, and destroyed the economy.

    The Democratic Party proved in 2009-2010 that it will lose an election if it serves the plutocracy.

    The Democratic Party won against a gift plutocratic candidate in 2012.

    If the Democratic Party cares about winning more than serving the plutocracy, which many suspect it does not, then it can woo the voters in 2013-2014 with populist policies and win the mid-term elections.

    It's the Democratic Party's choice to continue as the Third Way Party and lose in 2014 as it did in 2010 or once again become the Democratic Party and win.

    Don't blame me for the consequences of your decision, Dems.

    And from now on, you pay as you go. Economic justice. NO THIRD WAY PLUTOCRACY SCRIP ACCEPTED.

    Frankly, I'd rather take down Exxon or Goldman Sachs, the way we're taking down RushBeckistan, than elect another "better" Democrat who's going to wind up singing for the bankster choir.

    by Words In Action on Fri Apr 12, 2013 at 03:55:22 PM PDT

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