. . . Groveling

Dennis Putnam dap at ILINKS.NET
Thu Jun 12 17:06:07 MDT 1997


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At 11:13 AM 6/12/97 -0500, you wrote:

>But, where would we defect to?  Certainly not Perot's party; which i did
>defect to for about 6 months but wasn't there long enuf to vote for
>anything ;).  Of course, the main problem with that party is Perot.
>Anyway, they didn't have anyone running for senate and rep seats and i
>doubt any new party would.  Democrats left the party and joined the
>Republicans.  There is no place to go except to the Dems and that would
>certainly be a step backwards.
>carole
>

I have a lot of philosophical differences with them but there is only one
place I can think of that is closer to conservatism then the Republicans.
Libertarian.

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Dennis Putnam
Loganville, Ga.

Stupid quote epitomizing modern liberalism:

"The whole point of the Constitution is to limit at some point and in some
way popular will."
Robert Post, Berkeley law professor on Ca. prop. 209 restraining order.
(L.A. Times)



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