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I know, I know, it's picky-picky, but I assume you meant to say 'the right-wing extremist values' that the American people voted for in a democratic election, and which you, the losers, wish to thwart.

Sorry, just trying to be helpful.

Yes, David. That's what I meant.

So, David, during the 8 years of the Clinton presidency, may I assume you spent an equal amount of time scolding Republicans for being sore losers? Or is this another one of those rules that don't apply to them?

No, Mick, because Clinton was not "extreme". Indeed his determined search for the middle-ground (no doubt a huge disappointment to our hostess!) was probably the reason for his two-time election, er, despite his two-timing character.

I have had occasion before to reprimand gently our hostess for a certain shrillness of tone which is likely to cause premature ageing, but for some reason she chooses to ignores me.

I wonder why he opposed the Violence Against Women Act. I oppose the VAWA because it discriminates on the basis of sex (against men) in violation of the 14th amendment (and common sense fairness).

It's really odd how sensitive some people are over this despite not really knowing anything about VAWA. I was recently banned from My Left Wing because I proved VAWA was sex discriminatory after they front paged a diary saying the opposite. My comments diaries including proof that VAWA was sexist (links to the text on-line and a copy of an e-mail from the office that disburses the grants) were all deleted.

Ok I guess I'm being unfair; I think I do know why people get so sensitive about it.

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