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This is what lefties need to be doing instead of wasting time supporting corporate stooges like TweedleBam and TweedleShe.

Yep - and it's what we'll need to be doing even more of if one of them gets elected. Pressure, pressure, pressure!!

OK, eRobin. I'm officially doing something besides the weekly e-mail harrassment of my representative. I'm joining AAPJ, for local peace meetings; I'm standing with the Women in Black for their weekly vigils (when I can) and I'll be attending the larger peace rallies that come up in my area (Apr. 18 is the next one). I'm also trying to help candidates around the country who aren't getting the support of the DNC because the DLC won't annoint them. Below is one of my newest faves. He has great ads. I'm sending this link to some excited first-time voters in Oregon who are jazzed about Obama. Maybe they can help get a new and improved senator elected in that state.
Thanks for your motivational video and the little pop on the forehead.


Wow - you're on fire, VW. That's wonderful. I think you'll like the peace vigils. Women in Black are active in Erie, where my colleague works and he loves standing with them once a week.

I also love Steve Novick. I'm more excited about the push behind the Responsible Plan than anything else that's happened this election year.

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