From the daily archives: Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Update: This is now a page instead of blog post and is a work in progress with comments on the page enabled. I have made some changes suggested over at Kos already. Thanks for all the input and support of this little wiki-like project! Hopefully it will benefit those looking for ways to run online campaigns better.

This will probably be a work in progress and will evolve to a page instead of a blog post. Your comments are welcome.

1. No BS. Save your slick PR and spin for the masses. Those of us engaged and online […]

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With the majority of the American people now NOT in favor of the war in Iraq, Bushco decided it was time to unveil a “plan for victory in Iraq”. High time I’d say, Mr. President. Yes, in fact, so many people are now against this war Bush himself might call it a “mandate”. I listened to the speech, listened to Reed and Kerry respond, then held my own impromptu press conference at City Hall here in Delaware with over 300 anti-war protestors present. (OK, it was just me and my dog…but he is really big, so there!)

The Bush Speech:


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Manifest Diesel

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Are these guys for real? This little clip of audio is a real head shaker. Charles Grassley, Republican from Iowa outlines his case for Manifest Diesel:

You know, what–what makes our economy grow is energy. And, and Americans are used to going to the gas tank (sic), and when they put that hose in their, uh, tank, and when I do it, I wanna get gas out of it. And when I turn the light switch on, I want the lights to go on, and I don’t want somebody to tell me I gotta change my way of living to […]

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Petro Performs Papal Prostration

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Jim Petro is running an ad which appeals strongly to the Rod Parsley crowd…and he’s running it very early. This is a sign to me that he might think himself and other state Republicans are in real trouble over the ongoing corruption within their party and Jim’s inability to effectively step up and deal with it. What better way to deflect such things than to ask for help from G-O-D.

The ad was featured and commented on during a recent NPR piece:

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Funny. I wonder if progressive activists will buy up all the flip […]

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