The Daily Demarche
Tuesday, January 18, 2005
The SDRU spreads.
The State Department Republican Undeground gained another voice recently with the launch of New Sisyphus.

This covert-blogger did not waste any time; the site was kicked off with a great piece entitled "Welfare Reform, Dependence Theory and U.S.-E.U Relations." If this is any indication of future postings I expect great things from this blog.

For any other budding members of the Underground out there, as the Diplomad says "there is plenty of room for more!" Get yourselves a blog or feel free to post at My Blog is Your Blog.

End of post. Go read New Sisyphus.

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dé·marche 1) A course of action; a maneuver. 2) A diplomatic representation or protest 3) A statement or protest addressed by citizens to public authorities.


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