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October 29, 2012


Traitors? You're losing it, girl.

You go Elaine! Something is wrong here and it would indeed be interesting to find out just what it is!

Elaine you are too judgmental when you ascribe motives of payoffs or jobs as the reasons these people support one Republican. In this case you are like right-wing intollerant judgmental bigots who jump to conclusions and demonize someone they disagree with. Your disgust with them endorsing Republicans is fine. But your ascribing being "rewarded secretly" has no basis in fact and is childish and slanderous. Grow up. People can think for themselves and be good Democrats without being told what to believe. It's called pluralism. Freedom. Choice. Tolerance. Respect for differing opinions. I admire you promoting what you belive in, but please respect people's right to differ.

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