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View Diary: Why I've Left The Democratic Party in Virginia (29 comments)

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  •  let me say this carefully (2+ / 0-)
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    JamieG from Md, indres

    You are going to have to help yourself, and that means becoming a part of the leadership you are criticizing. If there is no one who projects your morality or philosophy in the political process, you are going to have to do it yourself. America is a land with a lot of faults but one thing that is important is that anyone with the time and energy can play a significant part in the political process.

    See you when you are the  keynote speaker during the next Democratic Convention.

    "There are many truths of which the full meaning cannot be realized until personal experience has brought it home." John Stuart Mill

    by kuvasz on Sat Mar 26, 2011 at 12:11:45 PM PDT

    •  let me say this carefully (1+ / 0-)
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      indres

      The Democratic Party in Virginia has to listen to internal criticism... I campaigned for all of these candidates... and have donated to all of their campaigns.  I know them well.

      "See you when you are the  keynote speaker during the next Democratic Convention." - smh

      If a party is not willing to listen to internal criticism, it cannot reform itself (it is then subject to groupthink).  Several progressive Dems in Virginia have told me that I've said what people have needed to say for two years now.

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