• on a comment on Relaunched MyDD & launching CTG over 8 years ago

    aw why thank you and hugs back!

    ill be doing americablog v2 as well but on a new-fangled rails cms i've written.  that should be out sometime in late feb/early march.

    keep fighting and we definitely need to meet up again :)

  • on a comment on Relaunched MyDD & launching CTG over 8 years ago

    Not sure that'd fit in my narrow pixel window for the graphic :)

  • on a comment on Relaunched MyDD & launching CTG over 8 years ago

    Should I remake the graphic to say M$M?

  • on a comment on Relaunched MyDD & launching CTG over 8 years ago

    anna!  i only get to see you in a comment once in awhile but i believe CTG refers to Jeromes book "Crash the Gate."

    I did the E-Wire feature and plan on doing more with it later.  RSS feeds in every imaginable way etc and better results as well as expanding it to work for local/state races.

  • on a comment on Server Drive for MyDD over 9 years ago
    Anna! Long time no see!

    Thx for donating

  • comment on a post Blogging the YDA over 9 years ago
    As a 20 year old college democrat I may be able to shed some light on this subject.

    Many of my peers have great political potential but lack the real drive to get involved.  Put simply, they do not seek out politics.  I believe we need to bring the issues to them and explain not only why they should care but what they can do about it.  

    Leighton is dead on concerning the severe lack of action going on.  Most college democrat groups are completely unorganized and only really come alive during the presidential elections.  The problem there is that these students only experience the mostly dissatisfying taste of a national election.  There's more to politics than just the crazy mudslinging that every 4 years brings.  Action on the local and state level is critical and needs to be supported as well.

    YDA can fill the needed role of mentoring these groups all over the country.  As it stands now, disorganization is turning people away from politics and these democratic clubs are folding as a result.  My peers can go a long way with just a little guidance and help getting started.

    Now is the time to change this tide.  Frustration can be translated into action.  Apathy can be transformed into commitment.

  • Love it anna!

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