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I'm not sure Edwards even knows the names of most liberal bloggers. :)

Yeah, well he's missing a chance to behold my awesome power and utter humorlessness on the topics of voting reform and worker rights.

Thanks for reading! and best wishes ...

I wonder if this is largely personal... I remember the name Stirling Newberry from an odd e-mail exchange I had a while back when I replied to one of his dKos diaries (by e-mail). So we disagreed about whatever narrow technical point it was (I think it was his assertion that resistance movements couldn't be put down with military force, which I think is optimistic BS) and he wrote about two pages in reply to support his points and then on the end of the reply he went totally fruit-bat:

In short, I found not one thing of interst in your comments, and your bombastic tone indicates that whatever you've been smoking has made you blind, deaf and dum to history.

I'm not going to reply to any further emails you send, so don't bother writing, it's a waste of my time, and it will only annoy you.

Some people go with "yours sincerely". I wonder how many pages he'd have written if he'd actually found what I said interesting.

I'm no stranger to heated discussion let me tell you, but this guy stuck out in my memory as especially weird. Who writes two pages and then pretends not to be interested? So as I say it might be personal. Maybe he just goes off the deep end sometimes.

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