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Originally posted by loam
I am neither...and while I have opposed certain policies from BOTH administrations, I have nonetheless predictably been called both names.
Originally posted by Regenmacher
From a middle ground or independent perspective you would think both parties are absolute"whacked out of their mind" nutjobs and have no intention of comprehending the macroview/big picture or wanting to seek a solution. Two egomaniacs trying to see who can fart the loudest and the whole room ends up smelling like faecal matter.
Originally posted by intrepid
What's wrong with this? To start with, it's off topic. Secondly, it obscures the issue at hand, nothing is really being discussed or resolved. No ignorance denied, it's embraced.
Originally posted by Amuk
Has it come as a suprise that none of the hardline Republicans or Democrats have posted here defending the pratice? It seems like they would I see it used every day here
Originally posted by Umbrax
I think this spills onto ATS thanks to the mainstream media. Network news in general has stopped reporting only the facts. Now it seems that "news" personalities are more important than the issues themselves. MSM today seems to be about political cheerleading instead of reporting.
Originally posted by Odium
What about those who hoesntly like who they voted for and what they did?
Originally posted by Toelint
Well, if you consider the political process itself a winner, then sure. I mean hey, it beats having to put up with a king and all that. (unless you're one of those who believes we're still the property of Great Britain. Then you're REALLY out of luck!)