alanb at SPAMelf.brisnet.org.au
Tue Nov 7 06:00:53 MST 2000
> From: "mike pearn"
> But unlike Alan I do not reject the need to offer a United Front to those
> still in the Labour Party, that I repeat still commnads the loyalty of
> most politically concious Trades Unionists, who are willing to fight.
and from another of Mike's posts:
> Turning our backs on Labour in voting terms is small potatoes but does
> indicate how a political tendency views the supporters of that party when
> they are in struggle and runs the risk of rejecting the united front
> tactic towards reformist workers whom you must view as being no diferent
> from workers who support the Liberals or Tories.
Well, this would be true if we were damn silly sectarians. It's not much
of a problem for people who mostly live in the real world.
> Alan replied that;
> > good on them - and a certain proportion no doubt are supporting Clinton
> Now Alan perhaps you are confused but Clinton is not a candidate. Just so
> you know its his VP who is running Gore. Perhaps this is the person you
Yes, of course I mean Gore. My attention lapsed. But then again, you can
people might confuse them - Gore, Bush, Clinton and so on are pretty much
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