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February 22, 2005



I suppose it's a possibility that the ad was just an opening shot meant to get attention and start a dialogue that casts AARP as liberal, but I've got to wonder just how effective it'll be. AARP does so much more than simply advocate for political positions--it offers insurance, discounts, etc. that people of all political stripes use, and to my knowledge, this group isn't offering anything in terms of tangible benefits for getting people to leave AARP. I think Steve Gilliard is right on this--they picked the wrong group to screw with when they picked AARP. If AARP wants to, they can seriously ratfuck these clowns. I hope it happens.

And I also think the Democratic party and the AARP ought to do exactly as Steve Soto suggests. Go loud, go big, and start humiliating anyone who associates with this group.


... Then they came for me and there was no one left to speak for me.

Swift Boat Vets are fascists. No one is safe. This attack on the elderly should come as no surprise to anyone who studies history.

Here, get a sneak preview of what lies in store for liberals under a repressive fascist state.

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Musing Michael

The wingnuts really are that stupid, Michael. It appears that the wedding picture was used without the couple's permission (or that of the newspaper that printed it). Which may explain at least some of the haste with which it was taken down, when somebody threatened to wave a subpoena duces tecum under the noses of the folks at USA-Neocon.

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