Salome II: Mirror Mirror

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  1. This is a great point. It seems that our friends in the Opposition, in trying to foment extralegal transfer of power, are guilty of abrogating the very principles they so vociferously accuse Misha of abandoning. Where’s respect for institutional processes? Where are the creative policy alternatives? Where is the desire to see Georgia unified against a militaristic aggressor to the north and a worsening economic climate? What will a revolution yield by less-focused, more disorganized versions of Saakashvili?

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