Thanks to Deborah White.
I'll give it a try and see how it goes. I used to think I was a liberal but my stripe of "liberal" is about as contemporary as a buggy whip. I knew after reading Instapundit, LGF and their children that I didn't belong in that camp, but Kos, DU and the like are just as disagreeable to me. I got excited when Arianna started her blog, but like the Brady gun-control people and the extremists on both sides of the abortion issue the positioned theme places tend to become so tilted that they lose any sense of reason and balance.
I hate the middle because it seems so wishy-washy. But when I look at the alternatives all I find is extremists. What to do? What to do?
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