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  •  Is this a problem? (none)
    There you go, fretting about the "attacking" again.  

    Attacking?  No, speaking my mind.  And I don't need lectures from sanctimonious twits like you as to what I can and can't say to a poster here, Congressman or not.  If you or he can't take the heat, don't post in public forums.  

    I said I believe in this Congressman's politics, but I told him frankly that his coaltion-building skills were lousy in terms of his netroots approach.  And that's where YOU came in, accusing myself and teacherken of being some kind of DLC sellouts who don't care about working people.

    Asshole, I AM a working person.  That's why the Congressman's approach was wrongheaded.  I don't protest because I'm a wealthy latte-drinker, but because he seems to arrogantly assume I need a lecture about working people.  And so do you.

    You think that anyone who doesn't kiss this Congressman's ass for posting here is some kind of anti-working class rich yuppie.  That's bullshit.  Nothing could be further from the truth, in my case.  I'm a grassroots Dem, union member, and labor organizer.

    Sorry, ignore this, I wanted to post an example of how the text on this website gets ridiculous with any exteded conversations... I'm showing a friend and this was the first long discussion we found.

    "...an admirable evasion of whoremaster man, to lay his goatish disposition to the charge of a star!"

    King Lear

    by Norwell on Sat Jun 25, 2005 at 12:06:16 AM PDT

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      •  He's on crack ignore him (none)
        I appreciate your response and think we're just misunderstanding each other chumley. Good luck.

        Remember: there's no sense in talking to them. Talk to your base first, the middle second, and the amoral and lying right never.

        by cdreid on Mon Jun 27, 2005 at 01:19:01 AM PDT

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