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  •  I wandered into that diary (5+ / 0-)

    They did not want anyone there it seemed who was not in the same shock and awe of the new puppy and the president - and the hiderates and insults of those so commenting seemed to be flowing a bit.

    But, hey, I had not heard the news that the Obama's got a new dog until I read that diary. And how great that the new dog got his own diary.

    "Who are these men who really run this land? And why do they run it with such a thoughtless hand?" David Crosby

    by allenjo on Tue Aug 20, 2013 at 11:00:15 AM PDT

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    •  Of course they didn't. They have their own (0+ / 0-)

      opinions, and had a diary to air them happily.

      That is community, and respecting that is courtesy.

      It's all good.  Fire away in this diary!

      Ayn sucks. Please know I am not rude. I cannot rec anything from this browser. When I rec or post diaries I am a guest at some exotic locale's computer.

      by Floyd Blue on Tue Aug 20, 2013 at 11:11:56 AM PDT

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    •  Their behavior in their so called "safe" (1+ / 0-)
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      diaries is illuminating. Outside of the rox bubble threads, they whine and caterwaul that everyone is just so mean and disrespectful. They willfully mischaracterize stern fact-laden counter-arguments as "shutting them down." Inside those safe threads, they spin the wildest fantasies about the motivations and activities of the "far left," and LEAP to the pastry box to fend off even the mildest of criticisms.

      Let the 28th Amendment be one to amend the amendment process itself. Then, perhaps, we can transform our Constitution into a living document. (Who CARES what the Founders thought of digital data gathering?)

      by WisePiper on Tue Aug 20, 2013 at 01:23:42 PM PDT

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