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The Five Stages of (Progressive) Grief – Arnold Ahlert

08/24/2011

There are five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. When one superimposes this psychological structure on the progressive movement in general, and the black American progressive community in particular, it becomes far easier to understand the tremendous amount of animus directed at their favorite trash-ees, the Tea Party movement. That animus was highlighted by the latest Democrat to embrace the “politics of civility” demanded by progressives in the wake of the Gabrielle Giffords tragedy …

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