Ultimately, I realized that I had been born into a world of conflict between repellent forces - and I must do everything in my power…
On a mission
At least five times since she was elected in February, Nina Szlosberg Landis tried and failed to engineer the ouster of Randy Voller. Last week, Nina Szlosberg Landis signed a fundraising letter to raise funds - not for the NCDP - but for the House and Senate Caucuses. That was one step too far. The Party lashed back, and the grassroots told her to stop or resign -- in an uproar of criticism that rained down on Nina Szlosberg Landis. Then, she quit. Many people blame Nina Szlosberg Landis for disrupting the Party at a time when the Republicans are ripping the heart out of public schools, throwing tens of thousands of sick people out of hospitals and firing thousands of teachers in a horrifying race to the bottom of the barrel in the USA. With her departure, many Democrats are rejoicing that this divisive egotist will now become persona non grata in the Party she has attacked so vehemently.
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