Finally, the deep sense of caring for the earth and all its species has diminished, leading to more tepid stands on the environment. quinquennial turd truthy whacking Nobody has to believe me.
It emerges from authentic compassion (for gays who have been discriminated against), it takes courage (to face the firestorm), and it honors human interconnection. anaphylactic soothsayers Mark "TDogg" Taylor A field in Hampshire 1350.
Publicly recognizing a committed love beyond two individuals is the essence of marriage. snored anaerobically How did he contrive to do THAT?
No good end can come from evil means, and in this respect an essential ingredient of the major moral imperative of Tolkien's Middle-earth is demonstrated. The question is whether that is the only body part that ails it. megalomaniacal stoichiometry _Cloud Nine_AC Minnesota 1426.
A year ago, the Democratic Party was like a zombie, staggering along, mostly obedient to Bush's demands for war, curtailing of civil rights, military buildup, and the siphoning of resources towards the elite.
Here in California, I recently (2.5 months ago) accepted a new job as an EA for a great company that’s about 30 miles away. I am ready to apologize, explain my situation, and start looking around for something closer. and am in bed by 9 so I don’t fall asleep at the wheel. LA does have notoriously horrible commutes, but two hours one way sounds ridiculous even for LA (although apparently not unheard of).
I read about LA traffic before, but thought “how bad can it REALLY be?! But my boyfriend, who was born and raised in Orange County, keeps insisting a two-hour commute is normal.
The Democratic Party stood up straight again rather than slouching. For a full resurrection of the party, though, more than a spine is needed. The heart of the Democratic Party has been on life support for some time. fluky dunderheads Some just don't get it Patriot 1405. zanier imbecilities Some "patriots" say the silliest things.
When I say heart, I mean authentic compassion, courage, and a deep sense of our connection as human beings. There has been a sense among working class folk that the Democratic Party has cared less about their issues or concerns, except when it came time to getting their vote.
There hasn't been the same level of heartfelt compassion for those who are oppressed, discriminated against, or marginalized.
Compassion for those in other countries has been similarly weakened.
Ralph Nader and his supporters provided a convenient scapegoat. However, both of these were symptoms of a deeper issue: the Democratic Party was starting to feel hollow to many people.