It isn't that simple. They know incrementalism, they do incrementalism -- that's who we got to be where we are.
But here's a man who can win and accomplish things we want done -- but he is deficient (and he IS deficient) in other ways.
So are we wise? Do we support him, get agreed goals accomplished, hope to move him further our way?
Not from what I see here. I see people here HATING him, MOCKING every good thing he says, MISREPRESENTING him, trying to DESTROY him.
And when they have helped Bustamante win, will they mourn their folly and viciousness?
No, I fear they'll feel good. About themselves.
posted on 09/04/2003 1:38:59 PM PDT
("...behold, they have rejected the word of the LORD, so what wisdom is in them?" [Jer. 8:9])
Whatever... Personally, I believe that people should prayerfully vote their conscience and let God sort out the rest.
posted on 09/04/2003 1:43:48 PM PDT
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