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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Psych Ward

posted by on November 4 at 13:49 PM

What he said.

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"With very rare exceptions, the right things are done for the wrong reasons. It is futile to demand that men do the right thing for the right reason—this is a fight with a windmill. The organizer should know and accept that the right reason is only introduced as a moral rationalization after the right end has been achieved, although it may have been achieved for the wrong reason—therefore he should search for and use the wrong reasons to achieve the right goals. He should be able, with skill and calculation, to use irrationality in his attempts to progress toward a rational world."

Posted by Saul Alinsky | November 4, 2008 1:56 PM
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Uhh name one other politician who has brought such vigor, such good will, such pride and hope back into OUR Democracy.

What a fucktard. I officially question the Weekly now.

Posted by Non | November 4, 2008 2:01 PM
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Don Ward is a prick. Seriously. He should go back to reporting on DUIs. :)

http://effinunsound.com/?p=805
http://effinunsound.com/?p=888

Posted by demo kid | November 4, 2008 2:04 PM
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Can't muster up much outrage - his biggest credentials are Sound Politics and Seattle Weekly. Feel bad for the guy, really.

Posted by Greg | November 4, 2008 3:23 PM
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Normally, I really don't like Pat Buchannon, but he said something very interesting this morning.

That somehow, Obama offers *possibilities*. In some ways this is the same as 'hope', but not exactly. Possibilities offer hope of things we've not even dreamed of.

Obama has given us a glimpse of the way things should be and could be.

I think that's why I'm so *inspired* by him.

Posted by Ayden/VA | November 4, 2008 3:49 PM
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Normally, I really don't like Pat Buchannon, but he said something very interesting this morning.

That somehow, Obama offers *possibilities*. In some ways this is the same as 'hope', but not exactly. Possibilities offer hope of things we've not even dreamed of.

Obama has given us a glimpse of the way things should be and could be.

I think that's why I'm so *inspired* by him.

Posted by Ayden/VA | November 4, 2008 3:52 PM

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