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First off, Waynesboro progressives are interesting progressives. I count as key members of the progressive base several people who I know (from having looked ‘em up online!) give money regularly to not only Emmett Hanger but also Steve Landes and Bob Goodlatte when they’re running for re-election.

That’s an indication of how far to the extreme right the right is here in Waynesboro. Those over in the middle look like pinko commie liberals in comparison.

So our tent is big. Had to get that out there for starters.

The big question – one I haven’t been able to get my hands around since I outed myself as a politically interested person two years ago when I declared and ran for City Council – what do we stand for?

(The sound you hear right now is crickets chirping.)

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