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Milne says, in effect, "How dare Leahy
threaten to back the democratic choice?"
But that's what Republicans are all about these days,
and ever since 2000,
controlling the vote, changing the vote, caging voters,
destroying voting rights, using any means available
to make sure there is NO democratic choice.
Whine, whine whine,
and to what purpose?
The penultimate graf should
be the second graf
Personal interviews are more about
reporter vanity than actual news
This is McCarthy-style orchestrated outrage
operating without intellectual integrity:
Mumia was convicted, but his trial was a sham.
If Tom Buckley of CCTA is quoted correctly, he spoke a falsehood.
From the article:
board chairman Tom Buckley of Winooski. "The Union’s refusal of binding arbitration
prevents the parties from engaging in a fair and neutral process that would prevent
a strike and reach a resolution.”
He probably knows what he says isn't true, which would make it a lie,
albeit a familiar form of lie in labor disputes.
Mediation is also a fair and neutral process.
Binding arbitration isn't necessarily a fair or neutral process,
otherwise why would credit card companies insist on it?
When you get a 54-0 vote against you, you might wonder
if you'd really been negotiating in good faith.
These drivers are a long way from being overpaid,
and their grievances, as reported ("fret"? really?), sound just.
Amen to that, which, if read with Scalia-like literal mindedness, would support the notion that lobbying is unconstitutional (except when it's for the common benefit). So how do you use "lobbyist" and "common benefit" in a sentence that's honest about both?
Thinking about professionalism -- where is it in this piece that gives John Hollar a chance for a cheapshot falsehood but gives Gwen Hallsmith no chance at all to reply....
Great quote from John Hollar: "I don't see any ethical limitations or problems...."To see ethical problems, all Hollar has to do is look in the mirror. Hollar's conflict of interest is blatant -- and active -- he's hired to represent private banks -- he attacks Gwen Hallsmith for promoting public banking -- how much more obvious can a shill get? Hollar's March 19, 2013 email pressuring the city manager: âTo repeat myself ad nauseum, I still don't see how our city's chief economic development officer can hold and promote views that are fundamentally anti-capitalist in nature.âHere's the story in more detail -- it paints a picture of Hollar being relentlessly "uninvolved" until the city manager joins in the lynching: http://readersupportednews.org...
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