Skip to comments.New institute’s kickoff event calls for change [Gathering of LOSERS praise each other]
Posted on 09/25/2012 6:48:14 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
In a departure from typical political discussions along party lines, the USC Schwarzenegger Institute Inaugural Symposium kicked off the centers first semester with a bipartisan look forward into political change...
Veteran political journalist Cokie Roberts delved into the politics of partisan government while moderating a panel of political experts including Charlie Crist, former governor of Florida; Tom Daschle, former senator and senate majority leader; Tom Ridge, former governor of Pennsylvania; Bill Richardson, former governor of New Mexico; and McCain.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailytrojan.com ...
Whats happening is that the grassroots politics have taken over the parties, Daschle said. You add grassroots politics, where the interest groups become stronger and stronger at the expense of the party, and blend into that money and media, and youve got an entirely different dynamic where people dont understand what it really takes to work with the legislative process.
Daschle is an elitist scumbag. How DARE regular citizens get involved with the government process.
Those people are poison.
All should be removed from government and politics.
They’ve all done more than their share of damage.
Hardcore Leftists and squishy RINO moderate/liberals.
Im impressed! I havent see a bigger bunch of losers since the 2011 Colts! And the panels ridiculous self-praise reminds me of the Adult Film Awards scenes in Boogie Nights where the porn stars pathetically emulate the hollow self-adulation of the Academy Awards.
The Daily Trojan... REALLY??
Oh wait.... It's Kalifornia...
A bunch of liberals get together and call for US to work with THEM on THEIR projects. Yeah, I’m impressed. (not)
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