- n. Plural form of progressive.
“Campaigned for McGoverna, Dukakis and Mondale, but what you call progressives have destroyed the party.”
“Attempts to avoid that result involving the exertion of cultural dominance by recruiting allies among the less liberal may actually impede that recognition from happening, as tribal instincts distract progressives from the self-examination of their doctrines that is already overdue.”
“The good thing about liberals/progressives is that we know how to share.”
“In other words, our poster who has taken up arms against progressives is predicting he will be on the losing side.”
“Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women access to the mainstream of society. paraphrasing bill mahr: the job of progressives is to drag the conservatives into the next century kicking and screaming.”
“The blind hypocrisy of the modern progressives is truly astonishing!”
“The challenge, for both conservatives and progressives, is to resist the knee-jerk over-reaction that characterize every minor disagreement or compromise as a death blow to reform.”
“During the Bush administration certain progressives and conservatives, from then Senator Jon Corzine (D-NJ) to Bush's National Economic Council head Lawrence Lindsay, favored payroll tax cuts as a superior jobs stimulus.”
“Part of the tactic employed by the neoliberals and faux progressives is the emphasis on creating a myriad of technocratic market-based solutions and collective organizational structures, procedures, protocols, and regulations in order to manage those technocratic solutions.”
“One issue they agree with progressives is over corporate abuses.”
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