Grammar and political movements

It has come to my attention that any grammatical errata by any person associated with a political movement renders said movement comical and unworthy of discussion

That said, I would now like the add the following to the aforementioned list:

Sorry anti-war people and animal lovers, you have been rendered comical and irrelevant.

Concerned about the environment?  Sorry, you're on the list.

That'd be from Rene Flowers, Democrat.  Democrats, you're now on the list.  (Remember, all it takes is one.  I'm just playing by your rules)

Well, just damn.  Believers of racial equality are now on the list.  Now <i>I'm</i> on the list.

Anti-war you're on the list twice!  (Ed. -Does that count as a double negative?)

Damn.  Anti-war just can't get a break.  Aw, heck, we'll give them a pass and call this one for supporters of public schools.  Now you're on the list.

Prop 8 protesters are now on the list.  Now we can only hear from Prop 8 supporters!  Crap, now I'm on the list twice.

Yet another anti-war protest.  I thought the left was the home of intellectuals and the educated.  The elite.  Hmm....what could possibly explain it?


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