Saturday, February 4, 2006

Nonaligned citizens

I was just reading a reference to "nonaligned nations" in a NY Times article ("U.S. Compromises on Wording of Iran Nuclear Resolution") and it occurred to me that so many of of citizens are simply not aligned with one of the major political movements (liberals, conservatives, "lefties", neocons, etc.), that it makes sense to refer to us as nonaligned citizens.

What this means and where we can go with it remains unclear.

We're no strictly independents either.

I consider myself a centrist, but that's a bit vague since there are a lot of people who "belong" to the Democratic and Republican Parties who are centrists, but also choose to be aligned with one of those parties.

-- Jack Krupansky


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