Disclosure: I worked for the Lamont campaign doing web design and production and some writing for the official blog (from 9/5/06 to 11/07/06).
Friday, March 03, 2006
Ned in Groton
A summary and video clip over at CT Blue:
It seems to me that its high time we rock the boat. We go to every single town committee, we can we talk to DFA, we talk to folks like you, we try to get the grassroots energized, we tell them we're going on to a convention on May 20th, and we're gonna show that you can win - you can win not by being Republican light, you can win by being a proud Democrat. From there we go on to a primary on August 8th, it's a hot day in August, we need folks like you to talk to your friends, friends and family, go to our website, this is a grassroots operation, we're gonna need people to get people to the polls on August 8th. That's how we're gonna win and that's how we're gonna send a message 90 days before the midterm election that Democrats are on the march.
Lamont is not rocking the boat. Lieberman shipwrecked us. Time to fix the situation. Thanks to Joe's swing vote against the Alito filibuster, we now have a vicious antiabortion, antiwomen *person* sitting on the SCt bench. Now a lot of coathanger legislation is sprouting in places like South Dakota and Mississippi. Thanks Joe! I will not be a proud person from Connecticut, until we have a truly progressive senator who fights for our rights. Fight on, Lamont!Post a Comment