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SFGreenParty
Cue the Nadering Nabobs of Negativism. twitter.com/AlecMacGillis/…

1 hour ago

JSCCounterPunch
If your candidate is a mendacious, neoliberal hawk with nothing to recommend, what to do? Demonize @DrJillStein counterpunch.org/2016/09/29/dem…

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ZaidJilani
How many times are these people going to write the same wrong article over and over pic.twitter.com/y94uSOK0PU

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SFGreenParty
It's presumably the "respect" part that's difficult. twitter.com/ClaraJeffery/s…

20 hours ago

SFGreenParty
Our monthly meeting is tonight at 7. Come help us organize for our endorsed candidates! list.sfgreens.org/pipermail/anno…

1 day ago

SFGreenParty
@SF4Democracy Did you all flunk out of the Electoral College? No matter who we vote for, our votes go to Clinton.

1 day ago in reply to SF4Democracy

SFGreenParty
@SF4Democracy How many do you know? We clearly travel in very different circles! "Nader caused Gore to lose" myth was debunked years ago.

1 day ago in reply to SF4Democracy

SFGreenParty
As usual, the Nadering Nabobs have nothing positive to say about their candidate. twitter.com/nytopinion/sta…

2 days ago

TheLeagueSF
The League says HELL YES on Prop D, "Let's Elect Our Elected Officials!" We even paid for an argument in favor in t… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!  We haven't posted in a while, but don't worry--we haven't been indefinitely detained, yet.

Local campaigns for 2012 are just getting underway:  keep watching our events list for campaigns, rallies ,and meetings.

And of course, the presidential campaign is in full swing.  While the corporate media have been focusing on Santorum and other candidates of the 1%, little attention has been given to Green Party candidates such as Jill Stein.  Partisan Democrat bloggers are gearing up to spend the year hyping Obama and attacking those who discuss alternative strategies.  As usual, Glenn Greenwald has good coverage of this, although he mentions the strategy of building 3rd parties only in passing.