Today the overly liberal Seattle Post-Intelligencer released their editorial board's endorsements for Seattle's city council primaries. Unsurprisingly, they chose incumbents across the board (one can assume the even more liberal Nick Licata will also be endorsed over his token opposition), despite each race they had an option of a more mainstream, less machine candidate. This goes to show how predictable the PI is in always supporting the liberal status quo, even when faced with credible, more varied opposition. Trust in the Seattle Times (I hope).
08 September 2005
- Name: TMW
- Location: Pasco, Washington, United States
I like to think that I'm a rarity in blogging, in that I'm a political nerd who doesn't have a partisan axe to grind in everything they write. I considered myself a Republican up until 2004 when I finally had enough of their bible-based politics, yet still harbour a deep dislike of the Democratic Party because of their ties to labour groups as well as their tendency to bloat budgets. Ideologically I'm somewhere between centrist and libertarian. On economics I fit neatly in the centre-right, while on social issues I can be fairly radical. And no, I'm not British. It's just that I can respect that they created our language and know how to write it properly.
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