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Hey guys,

I was told to come here and check out this board by one of our members. I've been reading the discussions and I am impressed. I would personally like to invite the members of this board to contribute to the discussions currently taking place at The Partisan Dialogues,

Democrats, Republicans, and Independents are all welcome. We support civil debate about policies and issues. Thanks for reading, and give us a look,

http://thepartisandialogues.com/PoliticalDiscussions.cfm

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thepartisandialogues
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There must be something wrong with your site if nobody will volunteer to look at it. What do you do, spend all your time bashing Liberals?

kwikfix
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Apr. 9, 2010 12:51 pm

I think I'll reserve judgement 'til I at least have a look. It's only the civil thing to do.

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drew013
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Jul. 31, 2007 3:01 pm

Looks somewhat balanced, but most of the subject matter I saw was fluff. A lot of hard core right wing talking points that we hear too much of already. Sorry, but I'll pass on participation.

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drew013
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