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August 23, 2005

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Giant Living in a Mountain

Creating a hip-hop based political organization that is up from the grassroots is important. George Bush is the worst and activists have to respond. The revolution isn't coming tomorrow.

hiphop big head

It is easier to steer a moving train than to get it in motion. Don't you (whoever wrote this) think it's a bit harsh to rip into these projects that are trying to get young people with no experience into motion? I held my nose and voted against Bush. What choice did we have?

hiphop big head

It is easier to steer a moving train than to get it in motion. Don't you (whoever wrote this) think it's a bit harsh to rip into these projects that are trying to get young people with no experience into motion? I held my nose and voted against Bush. What choice did we have?

tc

it's hard to find a way forward. if we have to play defense, admit Bush is particularly bad. fascism is in fashion...

if good activists can put their allegience on hold and make a hard, but necessary sell, what would it take to bring people together to carry out that same kind of canvassing and face-time conversations about radical possibilities?

maybe put some of those contact lists to a different kind of use.

we don't need to be desperate. we need to stand up straight.

tc

OMG. I followed the first comment's link to Davey D and found this hilariosity.

http://p076.ezboard.com/fpoliticalpalacefrm57.showMessage?topicID=388.topic

you can't make this shit up. if you think hiphop electoralism is devious, check this.

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