Why Kerry is -still- a better choice than Bush, was Re: [extropy-chat] Fahrenheit 911 - objective review?

Brent Neal brentn at freeshell.org
Sun Aug 15 23:17:25 UTC 2004

 (8/15/04 14:58) Mike Lorrey <mlorrey at yahoo.com> wrote:

>As previously stated, O'Neill's family has been Democrat for
>generations. Are you saying that other Democrats are trying to sabotage him?

This sort of partisan thinking is ultimately a red herring. O'Neill has a personal axe to grind against Kerry. I don't care if he's National Socialist or Trotskyite, he's still not an accurate reflection of the opinions of Kerry's comrades-in-arms.  He's one wingnut with an agenda.  

It is my opinion that partisan generalization is a disease of lazy minds. -No one- is a 'good party man;' everyone has a personal agenda, and characterizing people's political views with such a broad brush is the type of thing I'd come to expect from rabid knee-jerk Democrats. It is, I suppose, unsurprising that the mentality exists on the right wing as well.


Brent Neal
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