Lou

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  • I’ll be switching to being a registered Green, … soon … I always forget to.

  • Lou commented on the diary post Why vote for Obama? Let me count the whys – 1 by David Seaton.

    2012-05-16 10:15:26View | Delete

    If Obama loses to Romney, that is his fault. His own party hates him (Romney). I’m voting for Jill Stein, proudly. I’d like Pelosi to be speaker of the house again, and I think that is more important than who wins the white house. I also think the “coattails” will be backwards, if the dems [...]

  • Lou commented on the diary post Saturday Art: Garfunkel and Oates – “Save the Rich” by EdwardTeller.

    2012-05-06 13:57:30View | Delete

    I love this and Garfunkel and Oates!

  • Lou commented on the blog post Reminder: No One Disputes the Legality of Single Payer

    2012-03-28 09:04:23View | Delete

    when will he realize (or when will the democratic party collectively admit) he’s playing that 13 dimensional chess with republican pieces. He passed the republican idea that was created as a response back when most dems were at least leaning towards wanting a single payer system (with the not-so-coincidental exception of the Clintons. He bent over backwards for republican votes, jettisoning the promised “robust public option” it turns out he wasn’t all that into anyway. Now the biggest cheerleaders for this “single biggest legislative achievement” are worried that republicans on the supreme court will reject these republican ideas just to spite the democratic party’s president? It is– and not like, it just IS– marrying someone who is known to be unfaithful for their money and then being shocked when they’re unfaithful.

  • musicalhair commented on the diary post Interesting, how some people feel comfortable stereotyping millions of Texans by Liz Berry.

    2011-08-15 07:58:57View | Delete

    Well, Perry announced in South Carolina because he wants to win that primary. He needs attention in the early primary states and not in Texas. I agree about he and Bush using fake piety to sway people who vote based on the appearance of religion. I think we also know there are some great progressive [...]

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  • musicalhair commented on the diary post MAINE: Citizens rise up to fight voter suppression by Liz Berry.

    2011-08-14 12:43:09View | Delete

    Yes, yes, a thousand times yes! The 2 parties are more damaging to our country than anything else. We need more democracy, more ballot access, and to make “bipartisanship” sound to the average person like the collusion or “trust” (as in what we need anti-trust laws for) that it is.

  • Not that I mean to pry or anything, and obviously it ain’t none of my business, but isn’t there a socialist type party or a green party in your state you could have registered as? Independents are always treated like they are between the two parties. I’m still a registered dem but at this point it is because I just haven’t registered Green yet– but I don’t mean to assume anything about what party might be best for you.

  • I’d rather focus on getting a better house and senate and electoral reform that fights vote suppression and fights for ballot access for third parties. BHO is going to win reelection, there is no 2 ways about it. His reelection will essentially be Clinton v. Dole but with a lot more racism– and racism has [...]

  • musicalhair commented on the diary post Banned in Koston by wbgonne.

    2011-08-14 12:25:34View | Delete

    The idea that “blacks” or their “tribalism” is a major part of the blindness to Obama’s corporatism over at dKos is not what I see over there at all. I think racism is and was an obstacle for Obama, and that is something that comes up over there; but I think that criticism of him [...]

  • musicalhair commented on the diary post United States Drops Behind South Africa Among Civilized Nations by Ruth Calvo.

    2011-08-13 18:57:56View | Delete

    Great news for South Africa, and hopefully a wake up for the U.S. I’d love to think at some point we’d be able to just shame the right into admitting single payer is best, but this is starting to look like the death penalty in that what they do in civilized places matters not to [...]

  • musicalhair commented on the diary post Wisconsin’s big union win and the growing liberal momentum by danps.

    2011-08-12 11:11:19View | Delete

    our side gained ground. Calling it a lose (or even a win if it had gone that way, sorta the way too many treated Obama’s election as the end of something instead of the beginning of more work for our side) treats it like a war unto itself instead of one battle, or tactical maneuver [...]

  • musicalhair commented on the blog post Kerry, Not Baucus, Weakest Link on Catfood Commission II

    2011-08-11 17:52:05View | Delete

    I think it comes down to which is going to “crompromise” and which is already so very compromised. Baucus might not be one to compromise with the Dems on the Chupacongress. I think we need to remember it isn’t “Super Congress” like “Superman” but more like Chupacongress, like the Chupacabra.

  • musicalhair commented on the diary post Are progressives wimps or winners? by EveningStarNM.

    2011-08-11 16:39:10View | Delete

    Dennis Kucinich most certainly is, and there are a handful of others.