by The Rogue, Wed Nov 15, 2006 at 12:42:40 PM EST
by jbird, Tue Nov 14, 2006 at 12:43:18 PM EST
Wal-Mart's recent policy changes are some of the most anti-family, anti-worker business practices in our country's history.
Join Senator Barack Obama and Senator John Edwards on Wednesday, November 22, as WakeUpWalMart.com launches its 2006 Holiday Campaign, "Hope for the Holidays," with a national conference call for all supporters of the campaign. The call will outline the details of our upcoming Holiday Campaign, lay out Wal-Mart's recent policy changes and allow grassroots activists to hear exclusively from the campaign.
by Qshio, Sun Nov 12, 2006 at 06:31:39 PM EST
Lights up on Senator Russ Feingold in his office. He picks up his phone, dials, and waits.
Lights up on Senator Barack Obama in his office, walking to his phone. He picks it up.
Feingold: Hey, Barack, it's Russ.
Obama: Hey, Russ, what's up?
Feingold: Not much, not much. What's up with you?
Obama: Not a lot. Busy week, you know.
Feingold: Sure, sure. (pause) So, we had a great night Tuesday, huh?
Obama: Sure did. It's really exciting.
Feingold: It sure is. (longer pause) So...um...you're gonna run. Aren't you.
Feingold: Okay, thanks, buddy.
Lights up on interview between Feingold and a reporter.
Reporter: So, why have you decided not to run for president?
Feingold: Oh, you know, having too much fun being a senator!
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by Lemming Herder, Thu Oct 26, 2006 at 05:05:56 PM EDT
On Tuesday, Vice President Dick Cheney stated that he thought it was possible Hillary Clinton could win the White House.
"I think Hillary Clinton is a formidable candidate," Cheney said in an interview with Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" due to air Tuesday evening.
"I think she could win. I hope she doesn't. I disagree with her on nearly all the issues, but nobody should underestimate her. She's a very serious candidate for president," he said.
by acaben, Thu Oct 12, 2006 at 09:33:56 PM EDT
I've spent the last few days installing and configuring a new site, DraftObama.org, to serve as a grassroots gathering spot for the body politic to rally around a 2008 presidential run by Illinois Senator Barack Obama. I'm announcing the rough draft of the site in a diary here, in the hopes that others more talented and eloquent than I will join with me and help build something larger and more exciting than what's there now. In essence, I hope this will be a building block to a movement that will blossom into a celebration on a cold January inauguration day in 2009.