Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2016/09/19

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Subject: [Leica] A Tale of two flags
From: chris at (Christopher Crawford)
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2016 00:42:19 -0400
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They are now, but they were not always. In the past, the republican party
was dominated by business interests. That?s not good either, but because
they cared only for money, so were not interested in religion, racism, or
other social issues like homosexuality or abortion, so bigotry was not
prominent in the party as it is now.

Basically, in the fairly recent past, the republicans were the party of
businessmen; the democrats the party of the working class. Now, the
democrats have been bought by Wall Street; and the Republicans have been
hijacked by racists and religious nutters.

Chris Crawford
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On 9/20/16, 12:20 AM, "LUG on behalf of Nathan Wajsman"
< at on behalf of
photo at> wrote:

>The second and third of these categories are the dominant forces in the
>Republican party.
>Nathan Wajsman
>Alicante, Spain
> <>
>http:// <>
>> On 20 Sep 2016, at 02:58, Christopher Crawford
>><chris at> wrote:
>> There is no place for the communist,
>> the fascist, the religious fundamentalist, the radical feminist, etc.
>Leica Users Group.
>See for more information

In reply to: Message from bjq1 at (Barney Quinn) ([Leica] A Tale of two flags)
Message from chris at (Christopher Crawford) ([Leica] A Tale of two flags)
Message from photo at (Nathan Wajsman) ([Leica] A Tale of two flags)