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The first spot on the Anti-Monopoly board

Your Humble Blogger wrote a page analysing the manner in which Left Blogovia became dominated, largely, by people who are passionate in their opposition to the Republican Party (quite rightly in my view) and deeply suspicious of the Democratic Party for being pro-business and “moderate” without being very far to the left of center on the actual substance of policy. It was a very dull post. I didn’t finish it.

Yes, I’ve been a lousy blogger lately. Sorry about that. Lost the mojo, somehow.

I will try to recover, but it will likely be slow. Well, and we’re off-book next week, so I should be working on my lines, anyway.

In the meantime, if anybody wants an unused Digression on the way support for single-payer health insurance is the hobby-horse of cranks of the left, while opposition to single-payer unemployment insurance is not even audible amongst the hard-core anti-government tea-dumpers on the Right, it is available. And may yet turn up in a note in the next few weeks. Reuse, recycle, repurpose, retrain, relax, relent, research, remark, ricola. Repeat.

Tolerabimus quod tolerare debemus,
-Vardibidian.

Comments

1. I would like such a Digression, and (b) your mojo in your Where the Wild Things Are post was stronger than ever.


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