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  •  blah blah blah blah (2.50)
    there's no such thing as a stupid democrat.

    only a stupid democrat thinks there is.

    •  OK - Scratch that (none)
      All the really stupid fucked up retarded democrats over on one side of the room.

      All the really smart ones on the other side.

      Cool.

      Unity.

      •  So Sorry - NO (none)
        we're all smart democrats.

        at least that's what i think anyway.

        •  Is that why we outsmart ourselves? (none)
          Just because we can figure out how to demogogue an issue against our party- should we abandon that issue?  Likewise with sales pitches- any good businessperson knows that you never sell a product with one pitch, to gain maximum market penetration you need to use a separate pitch on each signifigant portion of the population.  Some people like to buy insurance online, some folks like to have an oily salesman come to their house- that's why most insurers have both types of sales.
          Likewise, we should attempt to destroy what is left of the GOP in the blue states by calling them out as agents of alien and hostile interests.  Work this angle in Blue States for the '06 elections.  If we manage to get sufficient control of a Blue state to do a TX style gerrymander- we should do it.
          Meanwhile use the pitch outlined in this diary on a National scale as a sort of background theme, but after '06 drop the regionalism and go after the GOP as the party of tax hikes on a nationwide basis- hopefully this would help our presidential chances in '08, and with luck and a few gerrymanders get back the Congress too.
          Coffee is for closers

          Might and Right are always fighting In our youth it seems exciting. Right is always nearly winning. Might can hardly keep from grinning. -Clarence D

          by Myrkury on Mon Dec 06, 2004 at 03:38:21 PM PST

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