August 28, 2008


I had to take a valium I was crying so hard over the DNC speeches. Just the simple things like Bill Richardson calling for a president who vows to uphold the Constitution and actually upholds it. Or the man who claimed that he's donated $50, the first political donation he's ever made. I know that times are tough economically, but it's going to take a little extra work on our part if we are going to be able to pull together as a nation and reverse the disastrous road Bush has led us down. Obama is a winner, but he can't do it alone! Don't just curse the government--we are the government if we care enough to get involved and exercise our rights. You know, the very fact that a black man was nominated is a huge victory for every group whose rights have been trampled: women, gays, racial minorities, veterans, you name it. It's so easy to pooh-pooh this success, or you can latch onto that hope and pull together and push for something better. Boy, do we need it!


Did you see Obama's speech? Simply incredible.

If you're like me, you're asking, "What will it take to make Barack Obama president?"

Well, I've said it before and I'll say it again: The single most effective thing we can do right now is bring new people into the political process.

This morning, we launched our big plan to register half a million young voters in swing states.

Can you chip in to make it happen? Click here to see our short video about this campaign, and to donate:


Feel the energy tonight. We're standing on the edge of the change we've been fighting for. Let's make it happen!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes! We can.

Donate also at

$15 gets you a car magnet. If you don't have a car, you can always sneak it onto your Republican neighbor's when they're not looking

10:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Not going to happen. Won't vote for him.

Hardcore Dems say NOBAMA!!!!

10:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can anyone just one time intelligently without breaking into chants of "change!change!change!" tell me why he's supposedly not lying on tv in full makeup? He voted for George Bush's energy plan.

11:26 PM  
Blogger Lady Bunny said...

What's the choice? MCCAIN? Hardcore Dems elect MCCAIN? Is that better? I'm not being read-y. I just want to know who you'll vote for and how that vote isn't throwing a vote for McCain? I never said Obama was perfect, but he's by far the best we've got.--LB

2:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Okay bunny I got you! I'm one of the CRAZED Hillary supporters in here. I may have said Obama wasn't great but it's hard when you know her pantsuit would have literally rocked the country. I still am scared of Obamas talk because it seems to be just talk no action. Just like George Bush did before he got elected. Why don't you go on a national tour of gay bars for Obama. Sing, dance, bring chapstick and do whatever you can for the cause.

11:26 AM  
Blogger Reavis Eitel said...

there was a dead silence for one moment when he mentioned nuclear power, but let's get real - we don't have alternate energy and we're going to have to have something for fuel until we've developed something! would you rather he said 'when i am president, starting day one we will fuel the whole country on only danelions' and then be lying?

also, about car magnets - they are great in theory but almost 99% of all bumpers today are made of plastic.

3:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh, goooooooooooood, now I have to get up and vote? okok I will, and if it makes you happy , for the black one.

10:47 PM  

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