Today the Minnesota anti-PRT propagandist quotes Weiner Watch's Atren, and wants to know:
if Rep. Mark Olson was aware that he was held in such low regard by the PRTistas?Of course, he's just talking to himself now, since yesterday he turned off comments.
now, when the going got rough... [sic, ellipses in original] when he needs a little moral support, his old pals... [ellipses in original] the PRTistas throw Olson under the bus (pod). Source
But the answer to his question is this: Atren has no record of ever supporting "Slappy" Olson, so there's no abandonment. Unless, that is, one thinks you have to support someone solely based on a single issue such as transit mode preference.
That, of course, is exactly what the Propagandist thinks. This from the archives:
Take a look at the picture of Jim Huhtala standing in front of the Hiawatha Light Rail... It's a clear choice for liberals. Nuff [sic] said. SourceThat's Kiln Ovendoor's single-minded, simple-minded litmus test. All a politician has to do to get his vote is stand next to a train--and if you don't agree, you're not a liberal.
But one still has to wonder which side Kenwood himself is on. Remember, the "-ista" appellation is a right-wing way of deriding progressives (e.g., "Clintonista").
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