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  •  Who dares to chase us away now? (1+ / 0-)
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    chuckvw

    Not welcome here?  Who dares to say that to you?  Or me?

    Troll much? an asshole asked me a month ago, when all I was doing was hurting and asking questions.

    Well?  Where are the motherfuckers who say I have no place here?  Where are you?

    Now is your chance.  I am in your repulsive Democratic party, trapped and bitching.

    Go ahead, tell me I'm not welcome after Reid and Pelosi and Nelson and Lieberman and Feinstein.  Tell me how I make a mistake when I know with my heart my people are traitors, they took my money and stabbed me with it.

    A democratic party blog?  It wouldn't be here.  Americans post here.

    •  Who chases us away? (1+ / 0-)
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      paradox

      This is from the FAQ (emphasis mine):

      This is a Democratic blog, a partisan blog. One that recognizes that Democrats run from left to right on the ideological spectrum, and yet we're all still in this fight together. We happily embrace centrists like NDN's Simon Rosenberg and Howard Dean, conservatives like Martin Frost and Brad Carson, and liberals like John Kerry and Barack Obama. Liberal? Yeah, we're around here and we're proud. But it's not a liberal blog. It's a Democratic blog with one goal in mind: electoral victory. And since we haven't gotten any of that from the current crew, we're one more thing: a reform blog. The battle for the party is not an ideological battle. It's one between establishment and anti-establishment factions. And as I've said a million times, the status quo is untenable

      Apparently the people who post here are stuck with this party right or wrong, and third parties are tatamount to betrayal.

      I'm expecting you were channeling something with the "Troll Much?" remark - if not, I suggest you look at my previous posts.

      "The waging of war, by its nature, is total - but the waging of peace, by our own cowardice, is partial." -- Daniel Berrigan

      by Rico on Wed Sep 26, 2007 at 02:47:50 PM PDT

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      •  yeah, I'm still sore on that (0+ / 0-)

        It hurt bad, real bad.  I try not to come around any more, I know I'm not welcome.

        We all gave so much for this place and Democrats.

        Troll much?

        •  Every day, apparently... n/t (0+ / 0-)

          "The waging of war, by its nature, is total - but the waging of peace, by our own cowardice, is partial." -- Daniel Berrigan

          by Rico on Wed Sep 26, 2007 at 02:59:03 PM PDT

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