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Monday, December 20, 2010

wingnuts and no-labels

In KW's post a couple of days ago and comments afterwards we were talking about whether IN SOME CASES it is difficult to identify a centrist position.

There really are some people who want us to believe that there is no center.
You can guess who they are.

Rob pointed out to me an article on the subject by John Avlon author of the new book Wingnuts: How the Lunatic Fringe Is Hijacking America, and the founder of nolabels.

Dan adds the following link.


  1. Here is a related article I read this morning (I can't figure out how to do the 'hyperlink' thing, so I'll just copy the url).


  2. I don't think the hyperlink thing works in the comments only in the posts.