[Marxism] Labor, the Antiwar Movement and the Democratic Party,
dwaltersMIA at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 16:52:34 MST 2009
There is the little matter of the maker of that motion failing to point
out that the picket of this meeting was in fact the SFLC's Labor Day
breakfast. A detail he only owned up to after being challenged and then
admitting "he forgot". If you know the maker of the motion, his
reputations is one of "smoke and mirrors". The majority of the people at
the Coalition meeting were unaware that his was a SFLC event. We would
be picketing the SFLC...in fact one of the groups the Coalition was
seeking to bring INTO the coalition.
I agree it's a tactical question which, if the motion had been presented
honestly, which it was not, this would of been a non-event. But
dishonestly turned this into a "huge decades long appearance of a
debate" because of do-nothing liberal Alexander Cockburn lining up with
one side of this conflict when he was totally abstenionist until fed the
information by the maker of the motion.
...and here we are.
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