Thursday, April 13, 2006

What Do You Think?

Gov. Tom Vilsack (D-IA) asked members of his Heartland PAC community to come up with ten words that defined what the Democratic Party stood for. Stands for. Believes in. Message. Etc. 5,000 submissions were considered. Today, the PAC announced the 10 finalists and their words.

I'm not real comfortable in coming up with a phrase to say what the Democrats stand for right now. It would certainly be at least somewhat uncomplementary. But let's say you want something that defines YOUR goals for the Democratic Party and something that would appeal to a winning majority. Which one do you like? Do you have one of your own? Click Here.

Some of these are pretty lame to me. I think this one is great:

"Government led by people who believe good government is possible."Cathy, Columbus, OH


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I liked what Matt (MO), Drew and Rob said.

11:32 AM, April 14, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Has anyone explained why we have at least 6 retired Generals and some of our troops are on their THIRD DEPLOYMENT? This war is 3 years old and already we have this many Generals who have called it quits?

11:23 AM, April 15, 2006  
Anonymous DC said...

Seems like all I heard on the radio (CNN News) the other day was that 6 retired generals want Rummy to be fired. Seems that Donny actually did offer his resignation twice, but Dinglebrain Dubya refused to accept it. And we've got a VP with an approval rating of 18% that couldn't even be improved by shooting a rich TX lawyer in the face!
If Dubya is really serious about improving his poll numbers he should dump Dicky and Donny now. Better yet, let's Dump Dicky, Donny, and Dubya!
Also, saw Yahoo News headline re: GOP using social issues to win votes in '06. So what else is new? More propaganda to appeal to the sheep!

4:58 PM, April 15, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

"Apr 11 , 1:13 PM
Your chance to tell state parties what to do!
by Shaula Evans

Grassroots Democrats (a 527, for those of you who speak FEC fluently) is working with a group of state parties to improve the effectiveness of their websites. They would love to hear your thoughts/opinions on how to make state party sites more powerful political tools.

This link will take you to a short, generic survey asking about website features:
Grassroots Democrats State Party Website Survey.

Once you finish the survey you can register to evaluate three specific state party websites. The state parties being reviewed are aware of this action and are excited to hear your comments.

If you would like to see state parties do a better job of online outreach, now's your chance."


11:22 PM, April 15, 2006  

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