Skip to comments.S.F. progressives badly need a leader
Posted on 10/18/2012 8:19:24 AM PDT by Lonely Bull
There was a time when the far left wing of the Democratic Party in San Francisco stood for something. Sure, they could be shrill, exasperating and self-righteous, but they took a stand.
Because right now it looks as if their only commitment is to whatever is politically expedient. Ross Mirkarimi and District Five supervisor candidate Julian Davis have some serious defects. Each has been accused of mistreating women. But, hey, progressives say, they're our bad guys.
(Excerpt) Read more at sfgate.com ...
This describes how the rats look at any election and any opponent daring to challenge them!
Does that mean this guy has resigned from the job??
Hey Dems, admit it, you LIKE mistreating women. And women Dems, admit it, you LIKE being mistreated. Just look at Hillary! It’s in your genes. It’s a sort of self flagellation penance psychology for all the bad men you adore.
Just one of many employment opportunities for Obama if our fervent hopes come true in November.
So true. No wonder liberal women are depressed and bitter.
Liberal women can’t win. Their own men use them as doormats, or semen receptacles, and conservative men laugh at them because they’re so clueless.
And another thing. It is not by coincidence that liberal males refer to liberal females as “lady parts.”
I wonder if his Depends has an Obama logo on it too?
I didn’t there was a far left in San Francisco.
(Second try) I didn’t think there was a far left in SF. Just normals and the far right.
But it is who they are. The author's entire article demonstrates it. What he's looking for is an out that will allow him to pretend that progressivism in action can still be like progressivism in his ideals. It isn't.
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