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June 15, 2011


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Isn't it interesting that when a pol bucks his party to agree with us, we laud his independent-mindedness. But when he does so to disagree with us, we deride him as a RINO/DINO. I notice you don't tar Diaz as a DINO...

Further, when a party caucus is united in agreement with us, we laud their unity and discipline. When it's united in disagreement, we say it's autocratic.

Or when it's disunited, it's either chaotic or diverse depending on our own position.

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