"Declaration of Repudiation?"
Dave Belfer-Shevett points to a Declaration Of Repudiation by Will Frank.
It starts out pretty well, but then degenerates into complaining about gay rights, abortion, sex ed and Kyoto. Yes, I say degenerates, even if I might agree with some of these, because they’re a distraction. Reagan and Bush Sr. were opposed to abortion rights and gay rights. Kyoto is an awful treaty that won’t affect global warming but will cost us the US economy billions. They are not unique crimes of the Bush administration.
But more importantly, there are a set of natural allies that Frank alienates by going there. If you’re going to complain about torture, government abuses of power, officialdom lying, nepotism, incompetence, and a naked power grab, then you have natural allies across the spectrum.
Not every concern needs airing in every post. Now let me tell you about Choicepoint…