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Simon Legrande wrote:
Scott Betts wrote:If by changing your views you mean becoming even more rabidly Democrat, I can see your point. As much as you so clearly hate it, some people are actually happy that the government is bound up in gridlock. That's the way it's supposed to work. And the poor put upon President just can't get anything meaningful done because of all those nasty people who just won't roll over and agree. Why, it's like people have differing views on how the country should run.Comrade Anklebiter wrote:Then credit to you for sticking to your guns. Meanwhile, the rest of us are allowed to change our views as we're exposed to more of the world.Scott Betts wrote:Comrade Anklebiter wrote:Well, it's certainly better than "I voted for Bush II and have been overcompensating for it ever since by telling everybody that doesn't agree with me that they don't understand how the political process works!"Shall we trot out your political decisions at age 19 as an example of why you overcompensate, Anklebiter? Or have you always been the firebrand that you are?
I joined the International Socialist Organization when I was 15 or 16.
But you are just not an enlightened liberal. they know better than you, cannot wait to tell you so and will enforce that on you for your own good given the chance.