Date: Mon 09 Dec 2002 - 19:03:48 GMT
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Wade T.Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Let us not forget- there are as many (perhaps more) 'right' myths
> > perpretrated by the 'left'..... In fact, the record of right-bashing
> > by the 'left' is just as rancorous and infantile as any left-bashing
> > by the 'right'.
> ...except that it's rancorous to itself as it never really finds its
> way into public discourse.
> i mean, if 100 people are bashing the right and nobody hears it, does
> the right get bashed?
> there is no doubt bashing goes on from both sides, though one side is
> the dominant hegemony with regards to economic, political, social and
> media power...and the other side is only trotted out when the dominant
> regime needs a scapegoat.
In the US, both types of bashing are quite strident, and quite readily heard.
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