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Posted on 2010.09.02 at 17:39
where am I: anticipating the snowpocalypse
How I feel about it all: geekygeeky
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I repeat, YES. Because maybe Right and Left should, I dunno, talk to each other?

Also, FiveThirtyEight says that Republicans -- Not Obama -- More Often on Wrong Side of Public Opinion. Poll results from PollingReport.com, a nonpartisan polling source. ALSO YES.

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newleaf31
newleaf31 at 2010-02-10 00:09 (UTC) ()
YES. I'm so annoyed with Facebook's last week of glitches and not publishing people's posts to others' news feeds, because I posted a link to Demand Question Time, too, this weekend, and I don't think anybody at all saw the link -- which means a whole bunch of people who didn't sign it. :( Great Britain's done this with the PM in Parliament for years and years, and I think it's the greatest idea in a long time. It could be SO productive!!!!
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2010-02-10 05:44 (UTC) ()
( Great Britain's done this with the PM in Parliament for years and years, and I think it's the greatest idea in a long time. It could be SO productive!!!!

Yeah, Canada does it too, only it's Question Period. I really kind of love Parliamentary government a lot, especially the whole idea of getting rid of a government if you don't like it WHEN you don't like it, instead of having to wait up to four years.

Of course if we DO get a Question Period/Time, the next thing you know all the Tea Party crazycakes will be accusing the administration of wanting to bring back British Rule. If it would make us eligible for NHS benefits it might be worth it.
newleaf31
newleaf31 at 2010-02-10 15:01 (UTC) ()
Word. Wordity-word. On all of the above, including the strike.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2010-02-10 18:20 (UTC) ()
Mmm, Guinness.
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