I agree that people want to know who's "on their side" (whatever that means). It's just that I don't believe for one split second that that is the Democrats. There's too much evidence to the contrary.
Unfortunately you are right. Democrats might use the pretense of their supposed concern for working people to advance their decadent agenda same way as Republicans pretend to care for moral issues to advance corporate interests.
The third party is not viable in the majority system (as opposed to proportional) of voting. Only thing left is to use lobbying and pressure on whomever is in the office. This is not much.
posted on 12/03/2006 9:07:35 AM PST
by A. Pole
(For today's Democrats abortion and "gay marriage" are more important that the whole New Deal legacy.)
To: A. Pole
Democrats might use the pretense of their supposed concern for working people to advance their decadent agenda
Change "might" to "WILL" and you've got a bullseye.
Ironically, that decadent agenda runs exactly counter to the working class that voted the perpe-traitors into power.
posted on 12/03/2006 9:14:29 AM PST
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