From: A and B Vitale (abvitale@FrontierNet.net)
Date: Mon 09 Dec 2002 - 19:50:17 GMT
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From: Wade Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > ...except that it's rancorous to itself as it never really
> > finds its way
> > into public discourse.
> Well, here in the People's Republik of Cambridge, it is quite
> literally the entire course of a political evening.
> What never finds it's way into public here is the left-bashing.
> In fact, I had to look up a few references to learn about it.
you must be looking in obscure places and ignoring the major ones :)
at any given moment, one can easily find:
Regular opinion columns on large websites such as Slate, Salon, even Yahoo
Almost anything examining the current "ant-war movement"
hit the bookstore and find the latest book by Anne Coulter being prominently
and this is just the stuff that i've even paid attention to...there's lots
more. a better way to look at it would be to find where the non-left is
being bashed? apparently, one cannot even criticize the president of the US
without having to resign their post for doing so.
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