Chris Russo wrote:
> Neal, from your comments so far on this lists, it seems that you
> consistently ally yourself not only with liberal ideas, but with
> liberal partisanship.
And what exactly would be the problem with this?
However, you're not reading closely enough. Just because I don't
automatically jump on the anti-liberal bandwagon doesn't mean I am
identifying myself totally with the left. This is simplistic thinking.
> I mean give me a break, you said on this list, "As far as I'm
> concerned, we don't have a president." You've already chosen sides,
> you just don't admit it.
No, give me a break. I've already explained my position as to this whole
side-taking nonsense. If you refuse to get it, I can't help you.
> Ironically, I think that your criticism mostly stems from the fact
> that Brian is poking a jab at "your side".
Not true. If you've carefully read my other posts here you'd see that I am
reacting against knee-jerk side-taking. Just because I don't side with you
doesn't mean I am on the other side. This is the type of tired old
oppositional thinking I reject. It's just not very forward thinking.
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