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  •  My point was (0+ / 0-)

    More along the lines of:

    1.  Secret meetings
    1.  In a culture known for secret societies
    1.  Pushing representation into more narrow foci,
    1.  All without those representatives being elected.

    And having seen too many republicans, I cannot agree that they 'are resonable in that respect'.  See Texas.

    You are entitled to your opinion, of course, but when it comes to politics, I tend to not trust people and groups whose record is to be underhanded, sneaky and dishonest.

    My life is an open book, and I want a rewrite!

    by trumpeter on Mon Apr 12, 2010 at 08:12:36 AM PDT

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    •  Thank you, but . . . (0+ / 0-)

      . . . I had no idea San Diego Republicans were having "secret meetings" and was a "culture known for secret societies".  Or are you talking about the Catholic Church?  Or did you mean Republican Catholics in San Diego.  None of that was at all evident in your original comment.

      In Texas, the extremist was recently voted out of office.  The same article points out that another Republican member also lost her seat.  While there are Republicans who are extremists and definitely pushing an agenda, I think that 2 Republicans lost their seats shows that not all Republicans - even in Texas - agree with them.

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