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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Reforming the Statement of Principles

Starchild wrote:

SC) Presumably the Statement of Principles would be the last thing to fall to the "reformers'" blades (SC

Starchild, why act like it's a big mystery as to what changes we reformers might want to make to the SoP?  Why not just have the intellectual courage to criticize any or all of

Or is it just more fun to pretend you're defending the LP's principles against those who want to "abandon" them?
I would think that a defender of "principle" would be more about substance, and less about rhetoric. Or is this an (ironic) case of a radical deciding that the ends (defending the SoP) justify the means (substance-free rhetoric about "blades")?