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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
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    What's a spectrum position?
    Third Way.
    and to what extent is today's plight a result of Blairite triangulation?

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    It was a Lib Dem Idea, some shit Chuka got from a Think Tank and Jo Swinson of “Jo Swinson’s Liberal Democrat’s” signed off on because she is going to be Prime Minister in her head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sufi View Post
    and to what extent is today's plight a result of Blairite triangulation?
    Could be a lot, maybe not. I was just explaining my use of the term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    It was a Lib Dem Idea, some shit Chuka got from a Think Tank and Jo Swinson of “Jo Swinson’s Liberal Democrat’s” signed off on because she is going to be Prime Minister in her head.

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    Please rate on a scale of 1 = slavery to 5 = empowering

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    thought it was a joke at first actually

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    I don't think it's so bad haha. That one is lame but the thought of a business doing good is not this perversely morbid, preposterous idea to me.

    I'd think I'm also more neo-liberal than most on here.

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    The impression I get is that politically speaking you're barty-lite.

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    Some of the same casual assumptions but without the ideological fervour

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    that's because I moderate my fervour. Water it down and slip it in here and there in undertones and off-hand details.

    No, that's probably true. I'm not that political, mostly because I keep changing my mind. I think if you anchor yourself down, in others and your own perception, you lose a bit of free thought. I'm annoying and wanna question everything.

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