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  •  Its not about (none)
    being "progressively pure".  Its about someone who's involved in politics not for politics sake, but to line their own pockets with as much money as possible and will throw any ideals they have out the window to do it.
    •  Marc (none)
      Please read my response to RandyMI above. That addresses some of what you said.

      But in addition you both miss my point regarding Kos himself. He is the one who is complaining about people working against "progressive principles" at the end of his post while he does not exactly stand-up for all progressive principles himself to his own admission. You can't have it both ways just because he doesn't like someone. That doesn't wash.

      •  define (none)
        progressive principles

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        by gina on Thu Dec 22, 2005 at 12:12:56 PM PST

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        •  Ask Kos (none)
          what he meant by progressive principles. He is the one that brought it up. Whatever they are in his definition he is the one who has said he middle of the road and doesn't subscribe to them fully.

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