[P2P-F] If the �Tea Party Join Together, We Can End the Malignant Partnership Between Big Government | ZeroHedge

Natalie Golovin 10natalie at cox.net
Thu Nov 24 02:08:45 CET 2011

YES-Room for dialogue-Now to find the actors on both sides with the 
motivation, ability & support/acceptance to lead the way.

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From: Kevin Carson
Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 2:35 PM
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Malignant Partnership Between Big Government | ZeroHedge

On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 1:04 PM, mp <mp at aktivix.org> wrote:
> what happens to young people, students, leftist activists etc. after the
> revolution, if the revolution is carried out in tandem with far (out)
> right-wing nutters with guns, anti-abortion killings for lunch and so on?

IMO the Tea Party isn't one monolithic thing.  It's got as many
strands as OWS (which ranges from left-wing anarchists to progressive
Coffee Party types who just want to promote Obama's jobs program).  I
don't have any use for the sort who cheer on waterboarding or who are
unwitting shills for the agenda of Dick Armey and Rick Scott.  But
that leaves a lot of other people who were attracted to the movement
out of a general sense they were getting screwed, antipathy toward
Wall Stree bailouts, etc.  There's certainly room for dialogue.

Kevin Carson
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