Saul Alinsky's rules for radicals and Obama

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    BS!
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    Which part, or parts, do you disagree with? Why do you disagree with them?
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    Its clear conservative activists are pretty well acquainted with RFR. Besides, the right always tends to appropriate the tactics (or perceived tactics) of the left. Since RFR is geared toward the relatively powerless confronting power, its unlcear to me why Obama or Dems would have any use for them at the current moment. They are the status quo, not the "radicals."
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    Radical is a code word.
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    like "Bush" is to the far left. Mention the name and they go into convulsions.
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    this seems appropriate:

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