Belligerent Savant wrote:the Hope We Can Believe In?
"The Change we can Hope for!"
overcoming hope wrote:lots of groovy old professor types who think Democrats need to aim for the middle, after all of these conversations no one has ever said who they like. My wife mentioned she loved Bernie and a woman in her late twenties said he was too old.
I say lets fucking run Mitt Romney as a Democrat, I was going to say maybe a Lieberman/Kaine ticket, but no let's go all the way. Mitt Romney! He has all the decorum we could ask for! Maybe Democrats could just take whoever loses the Republican nomination and just run them as the Democrat, just imagine all those god damn moderate republicans we would get.
By Retha Hill
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, October 4, 1989
Thousands of people from throughout the country are expected for the march to encourage the government to restore money to federal low-income housing programs. About 300 people, many of them homeless in New York City, have marched down the East Coast to join the march. They were expected to spend the night at Prince George's Community College last night before heading into the District.
Meanwhile, march organizers held a news conference yesterday at the National Press Club to issue sometimes emotional appeals for a massive turnout on Saturday.
"I beg and plead for every human being with a conscience of good to join us," said actor Jon Voight, who at one point choked back tears as he recounted efforts in Hollywood to build support for the march.
http://www.prop1.org/protest/1989/89100 ... nyder.html
Cordelia » Mon Sep 23, 2019 5:07 pm wrote:
...he’s a terrific actor... But that’s all he is, an actor who changes roles; as a person, one-dimensional.
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