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The Warren post. Look people, I've been an advocate of democratic socialism for 15 years. I'm not a troll. I'm not a Republican. I'm not a Tea Party supporter posting here to do whatever it is they do. The blog post had one message which went over peoples heads. Of course I don't think America would be better with a Republican in the White House. It was said to drive a point home. One that's clearly gone over people's heads.
The point is we need to form social movements as existed during Bush's administration and keep them going NO MATTER WHO IS IN OFFICE!  

 Please reread the post with this in mind and lay off the insults. The fact of the matter is our democracy is broken and at the end of the day Democrats represent a positive force in Washington for civil rights issues and for appointing judges to the Supreme court but on economic/foreign policy issues we have the choice between corporate party A and corporate party B. Pointing this out shouldn't cause some sort of beehive ruptured hornets nest reaction.

 I'll sat it again. Of course I don't think America would be better off with a Republican in the White House. It was said to drive a point home. One that's clearly gone over people's heads. The point is we need to form social movements as existed during Bush's administration and keep them going NO MATTER WHO IS IN OFFICE! We need to (peacefully) revolt against the current right wing political paradigm. We need to shift the balance bck leftward and if you don't agree with that I don't know what to say. I wont be responding to the insults in this post so have at it. Circle the wagon.  

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