Sunday, May 29, 2005

The US is rooting for "no"

One editorial of Today's Washington Post splatters around a web page on how "no" is the right answer to the European Constitution. I'm not surprised.

Now, ladies and gentlemen of the "no of the left", care to reconcile that with your lofty delusions of having the "people of the left rise and demand--not to mention obtain--a more social text" ?

Care to tell me how you can justify your "no" in a realistic manner?

No, of course.

The polls will deliver their verdict tonight. There's still time. Think, and go vote, dagnabit! And if you're still not convinced, if you're so self-centered that you haven't thought of watching the different reactions in Europe and the world concerning the ascent of the "no", if you've been so hard of hearing that you haven't picked up the ultraliberalist and anti-Europe crowd rooting for the "no", then simply go read this.

Yes, there are many in favor of "no", and they're not social-minded people.

They're in favor of a wholly unfettered capitalist world, unbridled competition and the destruction of our social and welfare system. They stand for everything we hate and reject. They stand for the unique, unrivalled power of the US over the world in every domain.

No, they're not people who want a better world with more equality and social justice.

Open your eyes.

Go vote.

There's no such thing as a perfect world.

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