Why concentrate only on certain demographics?
I thought the author laid it out pretty clearly, like Dean did with his 50 state strategy, people should just get the message out that all human beings are deserving of equal rights.
"We hold these truths to be self evident..."
You know, I really think Bush has grown tired of being president, and just doesn't have the heart for it anymore. He's like a spoiled brat who has broken his toy and throws it into the corner in disgust.
Thank god the adults are back in charge.
What I see is that Dick Morris, another old white guy, who obviously knows nothing about the internet, is going to try to use the internet to repeat the success of the Democrats.
Without an internet savvy base to attract, I don't see how it's going to work.
You know ksn, if you weren't such a single minded troll, who never comments in their own diaries and only posts diaries to try and get traffic on their own (wasteland of a) blog, you might get a good discussion.
Then in a fit of irony, you troll rate people who comment in your diary!!
How stupid is that?
Here's one link (there's tons of them out there, search "lieberman katrina")
Has Sen. Joe Lieberman sold out on his campaign promise to hold the Bush regime accountable for its disastrous mishandling of Hurricane Katrina in order to serve as the Democratic lackey for its unpopular Iraq surge strategy?
Reporters Michael Isikoff and Mark Hosenball examine that question in a Newsweek Web exclusive titled "Bush's Best Democratic Buddy: Joe Lieberman gives the president a pass on Katrina." They point out that the Connecticut lawmaker, the only Democrat to endorse Bush's new Iraq plan, "has quietly backed away from his pre-election demands that the White House turn over potentially embarrassing documents relating to its handling of the Hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans":
But the decision by Lieberman, the new chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, to back away from the committee's Katrina probe is already dismaying public-interest groups and others who hoped the Democratic victory in November would lead to more aggressive investigations of one of the White House's most spectacular foul-ups.
Lieberman spokesperson Leslie Phillips told the reporters that the senator -- an independent Democrat who now holds the power to subpoena the relevant records -- "intends to focus his attention on the future security of the American people and other matters and does not expect to revisit the White House's role in Katrina."
Lieberman crossed the aisle and actively campaigned against Obama, after Obama supported him in his primary run.
He refused to do his job as Chairman of that committee (invetigating the Bush adminsitration for the lack of response after Katrina), so why exactly does he need to stay?
Why should that be acceptable behavior to Democrats?