Monday, May 17, 2004

One step ahead of MoveOn.Org
Dude. Check it out: 2 days ago I called for a campaign on Kerry to be bold and articulate a vital and winning strategy to get out of Iraq; and today, MoveOn.Org does exactly that.

Can I call it, or what? (uh-oh, I'm starting to talk like Dik)

On the off chance that you're not on the list of the most effective and important national on-line advocacy group ever. Here's what they have to say:

Dear friend,
As George Bush's poll numbers drop quickly, John Kerry is facing an important choice -- perhaps the most important choice he'll make in his campaign. He has to decide whether, as some consultants will urge, he should be cautious and run toward the center, or whether he should present a bold agenda for change and rally Americans around a vision for our future.

Through his history, Kerry has made a practice of standing up for bold initiatives to provide health care, protect the environment, and safeguard the right to reproductive choice. Together, we need to let him know that we want him to be his best, boldest self -- to go big, ask more of us, and power his campaign on the politics of hope.

Please join me in calling on John Kerry to "go big" at:

Thank you.

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