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Matt Duss
The Democratic Party is steadily changing into one that takes Palestinian rights/ending occupation seriously. Many of us who work on these issues are committed to having a respectful, constructive debate as this happens. Dem leadership has shown us that they're not interested.
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/// Mar 26
Replying to @mattduss
If Netanyahu and Bennett are correct—that an adjacent Palestinian state would be taken over by an Iranian proxy as in Gaza and Lebanon—then the only alternative is a single state in which all inhabitants enjoy equal rights.
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Valerie Sinclair Mar 26
Replying to @ajfuzz1 @mattduss
this is at least what us in the diaspora truly desire -- access for both parties to all of historic palestine and a state in which we enjoy equal rights
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Boston Doug Mar 26
Why is it seemingly impossible for my generation worth of Congressional leaders to not understand that many is simultaneously admire, respect and cherish people of the Jewish faith as much as any religion, while holding at the same time, utter disgust and contempt for Netanyahu?
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Scouroboros Mar 26
Replying to @mattduss
I hope the Palestinians who've been removed from their homes, butchered by the US funded Israeli war machine, and kept in an open air prison for decades, are as excited as Matt is that we can now have respectful, constructive debates about the apartheid state oppressing them.
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baseandsuperstructure Mar 26
Replying to @mattduss @jjz1600
I don't know about "steadily," but there have been some encouraging developments. The Democratic Party has shown some encouraging signs at the grassroots level.
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marinaduputier Mar 26
Replying to @mattduss
Good
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Blair Reeves Mar 26
It’s not exactly a coincidence that our party leadership is also a bunch of geriatric septuagenarians clinging stubbornly to power.
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Ladd Everitt Mar 26
Replying to @mattduss @mehdirhasan
It's time for a new generation of Democratic leadership to take control in Congress.
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Texas born & raised Mar 26
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tabeer sadiq Mar 26
N was insulting on asking questions about loyalty to
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Brian A. Hayes Mar 26
Replying to @mattduss @JustWorldEd
Purge the party of the old dinosaurs of AIPAC folly
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Kelvin mayes Mar 26
Replying to @mattduss @mehdirhasan
Most will sell their soul for a buck!
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John Friedrich Mar 26
Natural death is only prospect for change of leadership.
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Hypatia Mar 26
Done with dems..
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Ladd Everitt Mar 26
Nah, I believe in people power.
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Just plain  ASTUTE. Mar 26
Replying to @mattduss @PeterBeinart
Ending occupation by who , Israel cannot" occupy" its own land. They are not the ones that want war but so called Palestinian ppl do ,paid to kill Jews .actions of late say it all. They rise up against Hamas at last but it cannot succeed without support from other sources.
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