The religious right seem to me to be more of a threat to America and American foreign policy than the 'angry' left.
The right, the 'religious right', represent and control far more by way of business and finance and capital assets than the left (angry, or even the mildy pissed off, or slightly annoyed left). The right wields more real influence and real power than the idealistic and disenfranchised left. Ideas and ideology are no longer sufficient to force or influence change or enforce or ensure policy.
I'm not sure Arnie is the man to be counterbalance, though.
Well, that's an odd stereotype. Usually "the religious right" are characterized as a bunch of rednecks living in double-wide trailers in BFE America.
Oh, and, Hi Kenny!
**looks around - very nice place you got here**
I'm thinking of the Billy Graham-type 'dollars for God' mob in smart suits and Wall St jobs with Ivy League degrees, rather than the 'hand grenades for Jesus' brigade.
What or where is "BFE America"?
I'll leave the "BFE" explanation to google. ;-)
Ya know, this is just a place where I can spout off without annoying anyone at Flakes; it's sort of like a pressure relief valve. You're the only reader in the last 8 months!
I'm sure you've had plenty of visitors, Jeff. I like the site and the design. Good work, fella.
I haven't come to dump my leftie stuff on your doorstep.
I like your thinking and way of saying things, it just so happens I don't often agree with you!
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