[Boatanchors] [BoatAnchors] Electrolytic Reforming Time
David C. Hallam
dhallam at knology.net
Sun Jan 1 13:42:56 EST 2012
Let's not get into everyone's opinion on the state of current politics
in the US either.
On 1/1/2012 1:37 PM, Wilson Lamb wrote:
> Well, we're drifting a bit from electrolytics, aren't we?
> But since we're here...
> It's easy to find plenty of reasons for civility without invoking
> religion. Perhaps we can work toward civility because it makes
> everyone's life more pleasant, if they participate?
> That's reward enough for me.
> And remember, the politicians reflect exactly the pressure they get
> from US. Every loudmouth tea party airhead counts for more than a
> hundred of the "silent majority" who abdicate their responsibility to
> become involved.
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