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      I was born in 1968, the year Wallerstein calls one of “world revolution”. It was a revolution that both failed and succeeded: women and minorities got more rights, often a lot more, but the end result was an oligarchy, where most people were equal in their lack of power, and where every year saw ordinary people becoming poorer, no matter what the official st […]
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  • How well will Hillary do today in Florida? What will the impact of Ted Kennedy’s endorsement for Obama be? Will it free up liberals to vote for him or will women, such as myself, turn out in numbers to register their displeasure?
  • The following disgusting website was referred to me by an Obama lurker. Is this viral and does it explain some of the support from people who don’t remember the 90’s? The helpful reader says the following:

    I don’t speak out of ignorance. I’ve done my due diligence in investigating
    both candidates. And so have many other people in charge. That’s why the
    Kennedy’s have endorsed Obama also. They know the “real” from the “fake”.Get informed, please!


  • Obama once again throws Muslims under a bus. I guess the audacity of hope doesn’t apply to all people. I’ll betcha he’s not an atheist either. Neither am I but my adolescent is. Is he going to be her president or will he continue the Bush tradition of treating non-Judeo-Christians as second class citizens? And when exactly are we supposed to get over our fear of Muslims if the Democratic frontrunner continues to treat them like lepers? Just sayin’.
  • Please, someone tell Hillary to not do robocalls.  They make voters hate the candidate that makes them. (I heard about this from many, many Lamont voters in the CT primary.  The Big Dawg’s robocalls for Lieberman REALLY turned them off)  It’s a surefire way to lose voters unless you are telling people what their polling place is.  Never, NEVER make advocacy robocalls.  And if Mark Penn is suggesting them, hurt him, real bad.

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  1. Well, then, I’m fine with robocalls . . . for Lieberman. 🙂

  2. LOL! I was thinking that it was Bill’s way of NOT supporting Lieberman. It backfired spectacularly.

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