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September 29, 2010



From one of the comments

"In a media landscape where ‘courting the left’ to become Labour leader is being denounced as if we’re witnessing the Second Coming of Mao Zhedong. (Brings to mind the glorious Onion story about an African president courting the black vote.)"


Yes, it's the deference that is depressing. Part of being on the Left is supposedly about not deferring to the conventional wisdom of political elites. The main USP of Milliband D. was deference to that kind of "pensee unique".

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