Monday, January 16, 2006

Switching to the Greens and is Chicago Mean?

Chicago is the 12th meanest city for homeless persons according to an advocacy group.

And from the Daily Kos blog site, here is one person's interesting internal political battle; stay with the corporate-wed Democratic Party or join, by moral necessity, the political fringe 'outside' the party.

There are other stories about why some have moved from the Democratic Party to the Green Party at

Finally, here's one of my favorite articles from Z magazine describing political strategy for progressives in the united states. In it, the author speculates what the political landscape would be like in the U.S. if it were to become a true multi-party system:

...the current Republican Party would be rendered politically marginal and garner at most 10-15% of the vote, the current Democratic Party would be seen for what it is (a center-right party) and obtain perhaps 25%, there would emerge a new center-left Democratic Party with maybe another 25-30%, a party to its left (the Greens?) would receive another 25%, and a party to its left would gain perhaps 10%.


At 5:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the queen had balls she would be king. YOU SUCK!


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