• comment on a post Why Did Lieberman Need $400,000 in Cash? over 7 years ago

    AIPAC/PNAC dues?

  • comment on a post Why Did Lieberman Need $400,000 in Cash? over 7 years ago

    To pay for Diebold hacks?

  • comment on a post The Matrix over 7 years ago

    The "Matrix" pushes college loans during the 06 election cycle. While they do/don't support the war and do/don't support Lieberman and do/don't support early/partial/complete withdrawal/redeployment while they do/don't support American Mideast Policy.

    College Tuition...

    Hmmm...I do have a strange feeling...that there has been something wrong all my life...

    On NPR this morning they did a bit on the grand facade known as the DLC's "Be a Jolly Happy American" crap or whatever the hell they're calling/selling it. They mistakenly, time and again, pidgeonhole "Netroots" as being seperate from the Democratic party.

    I tell yoo this. I am more politically active when I'm off the net, and I campaign vigorously against the DLC.

    Why don't Palestinians just move somewhere where they're welcome? -Ed Schultz

  • comment on a post Sunday Show Open Thread over 7 years ago

    So-Does Lamont take AIPAC $?

    You know, AIPAC, who had and/or has spies at the highest levels of the Pentagon? That AIPAC?

    So, which Democrats are still taking $ from AIPAC?

  • "Guys like me? Ed Schultz and Al Franken? We draw more listeners than [Fox] does viewers!" -Ed Schultz

  • comment on a post The Bullying Strategy of the Likudniks over 7 years ago

    "Why don't Palestinians just move somewhere where they're welcome? -Ed Schultz

  • comment on a post I Am Very Worried About 2006 over 8 years ago
    The Dems like their "share the middle" position with Neocons. And they hate blogs ae equally as the Neocons.
    It's going to get worse before it gets better for Democrats. They are negligently and directly guilty in the crimes of this government.
  • on a comment on 2006 Is A Base Election over 8 years ago

  • on a comment on 2006 Is A Base Election over 8 years ago
    I have to "understand politics" to make rational decisions. You're part of the problem. At the very least you could offer up a counter argument or a defense of Democratic silence.
    I sincerely believe the Democratic "strategy" is to lay low and not become targets while "at war". They won't touch anything having to do woth Iraq and civil liberties.
    But you know what? It is possible to be a moral politician. At any given moment an average American can have any number of positions on the war and civil liberties and the Democrats are not trying to shape public opinion. Should I infer they are in bed with the neocons? Clearly they are.
  • comment on a post 2006 Is A Base Election over 8 years ago

    I'll be voting "Independent" from here on. Even at the risk of indefinite Republican control.
    The Democrats are assuming they'll get anti-Neocon votes.
    THEY ARE DEAD WRONG.

    I will not oppose the Neocons on the Democratic Leadership's behalf. Not anymore.

  • Well, here's my last communication. I took my "Texas Democrat" sticker off my Excursion today. I used to spot "Bush/Cheney" and "W" stickers on the highway and I'd pull in front of them so they'd get the message. You've lost a supporter.
    I know. I'm just from Texas. Sam Johnson will get 85% in my district this year. Blah blah. But you know what? It is hard as hell being a Democrat in Texas. I get harshly criticized by my coworkers and peers and family. It's a tough job. But I've learned something from you. I quit.
    You guys made a fatal error with a very large and getting larger community of voters by not supporting Feingold. Feingold is turning into a goddamn folk hero before our very eyes. Dean was gaining this reputation and you keep him in a jar.
    Shame on you. Shame on each and every one of you. Racing to the bottom. Pathetic.
  • "We have to address the fact that the president has broken the law." -- Senator Russ Feingold

  • "We have to address the fact that the president has broken the law." -- Senator Russ Feingold

  •  And when there's a stooge posting on a blog he's easily exposed.

  • comment on a post Do We Need A Democratic 'Contract For America'? over 8 years ago

    that a Democratic party can offer because the party is too diverse. It's a platform for failure.
    Contracts are for simple minds. Contracts are for Republicans.

    Democrats-like Jane Harman- need to stop betraying Democratic principals.

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