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"Chuck Norris doesn't read books; he stares them down until he gets the information he wants out of them."
- ChuckNorrisFactsdotcom

Sunday, October 12, 2003
Another disgusted liberal takes
a brick to the democrat's heads. Wise up assholes. You're losing your base.

posted by Rachel 10/12/2003
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This guy covers my frustration with the democrats in new and interesting language.
"Dave Yaseen, of the usually smart blog A Level Gaze, posts what I pray to Woodie Guthrie is a slip of the liberal tongue. His post concludes:

Yes, this debacle of an election is the media's fault. But it's our fault as well, and we need to drastically change the way we do things in the Democratic party, not diddle around with how to phrase things to make them palatable to the electorate. If we have to drag American voters, kicking and screaming to chose their own interests, so be it.
(emphasis mine)

Well, damn. That's the way to reach the poor uneducated voter and get them onto your side...

I've seen the problem elsewhere. I'm back helping out a prominent charity here in L.A. (one of the two that I actively - too actively, sometimes, given the state of my calendar and checkbook support), and met with the board president and executive director the day after the election. Their attitude was sadly an exact mirror of Sen. Kuehl's; the lumpenproles had been suckered. I gently suggested that until the Democratic leadership could learn to respect that lumpenproletariat - even when disagreeing with on matters of policy - we had a lot of time outside on the porch to look forward to.

Here's the deal; I think that facing reality is the way to go. You can ignore it for a long time, but eventually it catches up with you."

posted by Rachel 10/12/2003
. . .
I had such high hopes for the
episcopalians.

posted by Rachel 10/12/2003
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Oh
good.

posted by Rachel 10/12/2003
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