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The Daily Kos and the creator of the Daily Kos was once a member of the Republican Party. The creator of this blog was once part of the military complex. Mr. Markos Moulitsas Zúñiga would have you think otherwise in trying to stage that he is a progressive. But the very idea of Mr. Markos Moulitsas Zuniga being a progressive is disturbing. A man who is El Salvadorian decent being influenced by non-progressive bishop in El Salvador is completely insanity to even think Markos Moulitsas Zunig has a progressive ambition. Mr. Markos Moulitsas is an admirer of Oscar Romero who was not a progressive thinker within the Roman Church. In fact Oscar Romero was a conservative and this is why the Daily Kos is a right wing agenda.  

Oscar Romero influenced the creator of the Daily Kos Mr. Markos Moulitsas Zuniga. The intent of the Daily Kos community is to give legitimacy to a two party system that exist to change the lives of millions of Americans. By supporting several Democratic candidates with the support and donations the Daily Kos has received from its community. But when looking at the scheme of things none of the candidates funded in each campaign won a victory over a republican candidate. Also the Daily Kos creator Mr. Markos Moulitsas created a division among the Democratic Party. Instead of unifying the Daily Kos to vote for any of the Democratic candidacy between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama he decided to create a division between the ranks of the Democratic Party community. Mr. Markos Moulitsas Zuniga aligned himself with Barack Obama who has been more in line with a right wing values than progressive ones since his time in office.  

So Mr. Markos Moulitsas has been exposed in this dairy. Because his attempt in fooling millions of people that the Democratic Party is a "progressive party" is completely false. Mr. Markos Moulitsas continues to try to give legitimacy to our corrupt system. Therefore he is a republican agent and man with no real progressive values. And in this message to the creator of Daily Kos I leave him a message from El Salvador former president.

"La justicia social no es tanto una ley que ordene distribuir; vista cristianamente es una actitud interna como la de Cristo, que siendo rico, se hace pobre para poder compartir con los pobres su amor. Espero que este llamado de la Iglesia no endurezca aún más el corazón de los oligarcas sino que los mueva a la conversión." - Oscar romero

This is the real progressive movement that Mr. Markos Moulitsas would not like you to know. That the two party system in America has failed us and that he needs to look at the 21 century South American politics in his own backyard in order to for him to become a real progressive. That would mean denouncing the two party system and promoting the creation of a Democratic Socialist Democracy. If Markos Moulitsas considers himself a real progressive he would blog about the Schools of the Americas. He would take charge in leading  the battle against the Democrates and Republican party. Not aligning himself within the ranks of the two corrupred parties.
Rise and Rise again when Lambs become Lions!

Originally posted to CurrentNewsEvents on Sun Dec 26, 2010 at 02:41 AM PST.

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