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    It's anti-poverty.  And while it might not be awe-inspiring rhetoric, she's pointing to a proven history of results.

    More time is being spent trying to create agreement in the Dem Party than is being spent trying to exploit disagreement in the Republican Party.

    by Edgar08 on Sun Mar 18, 2007 at 09:25:38 PM PDT

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    •  perhaps that theme will develop (2+ / 0-)
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      As I said, I don't see the articulation clearly here, nor in her overall presentations thus far. But if that theme is developed further, it would certainly be powerful. I would look forward to her putting this idea out there in a manner that would capture the imagination of the American people. For better or worse, the "Great Society" was a fantastic vision , sadly hampered by Johnson's other policies. For her to reclaim that banner would be most welcome in my estimation.

      •  You don't see it (0+ / 0-)

        Ok.  Like I said.  That's OK that you don't see it.

        I do.  

        More time is being spent trying to create agreement in the Dem Party than is being spent trying to exploit disagreement in the Republican Party.

        by Edgar08 on Mon Mar 19, 2007 at 01:19:09 AM PDT

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