>Well Mic as another citizen of the USA, and a bona-fide, genuine, heart
>bleeding, liberal and proud of it. I'm sticking tight to make the extreme
>right wing of the Republicans as uncomfortable as I can. After all we are a
>people of great contrasts in opinion all across the board, political,
>religious, and moral. I for one would not want to think that those whos
>opinions differ from those of the extreme right wing of the American body
>politic would tuck tail and run simply because Pat Buchanan came out as the
>winner this fall. I might add his accension to the "throne" of the American
>Presidency is not so cut and dried as many seem to think. So no, I for one
>going to keep on truckin no matter who wins in November, either in support
>a re-elected President Clinton or in opposition to the Republican Pres.
Democrat and proud of it.
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>And now can we go back to discussing things Celtique and leave American
>politics on the western shore of the atlantic?
Excellent answer, Dave! But the name 'Buchanan' is somewhat Celtic, isn't