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  •  You're certainly not part (0+ / 0-)

    of the problem. I usually avoid diaries like this, but you lulled me into believing you might have something to say.

    I was wrong to read it and comment as it is just another fatuous diary proclaiming how your side is on the path of truth and righteousness while the other side sprang from neo-liberal hell to destroy the planet.

    I regret wasting half an hour on this drivel. Allow me to educate you a little.

    There will never be a perfect President! Humans don't do perfect well.

    Some Presidents, while not perfect, are vastly better then others. In my lifetime. I have observed that Democratic Presidents are vastly better than the Republican ones. I believe in coalitions and in political parties. They don't always do exactly what I want, but that's how coalitions are. I do whatever I can to support the Democratic Party and its leader, Barack Obama.

    My views won't change because of someone on the internet spewing garbage about neo-Liberalism. I promise that next time I will happily walk on by your diary.

    Here's my take on it - the revolution will not be blogged, it has to be slogged. - Deoliver47

    by OIL GUY on Sun Aug 18, 2013 at 11:19:59 AM PDT

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    •  I.e., "Obama Rox." I'm sure Cassiodorus values (1+ / 0-)
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      your thoughtful input to his diary, and feels REALLY bad that you wasted your time reading it. Now Look Forward!...

      "Government by organized money is just as dangerous as Government by organized mob." -- Franklin D. Roosevelt

      by Kombema on Sun Aug 18, 2013 at 12:29:12 PM PDT

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    •  Why does the argument so often devolve (1+ / 0-)
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      to a patronizing lecture on the imperfections of the human race, argued against the dryest of straw men?  It always signals the proponent is devoid of any actual credible arguments.  

    •  Thank you OIL GUY. (0+ / 0-)
      I promise that next time I will happily walk on by your diary.
      I'm hoping you can keep your promise.

      "Exxon’s CEO was recently quoted as saying, ‘What good is it to save the planet if humanity suffers?’, as if the future of humanity could be separated from the ecosystems on which we depend." -- Charlotte Wilson

      by Cassiodorus on Sun Aug 18, 2013 at 05:32:20 PM PDT

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