The 2004 Presidential
Election has proven the Democratic Party needs to rethink who it
represents and how to focus on what matters to the party.
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to recapturing the hearts and minds of Americans that have
fallen away from the Democratic Party due to the radical liberalism
that has been pushed by a minority of the
party. We are focusing on giving ordinary
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where it is today, a say in who leads our party to elections and what
those election platforms are based on.
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leadership to rethink where the party is heading so we can have a real
discussion about what matters most to the majority of Democrats,
and the majority of America.
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Democratic Party for the better and take it back to a time of when it
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Recent Comments from our Blog:
We Can't Relax Yet!
Well, now that the dust has settled I thought I could throw some commentary on the Huge win for the Dems and especially for the DFV Fantastic Four.
It is definitely good to be back on top in Congress again, and I think all democrats owe themselves a pat on the back for not screwing up an election win that was ours to loose. Even though we won back Congress and even very decisively in the House, we canít give ourselves too much credit. At times, it looked like the President the Republican Leadership were almost screwing up there chances on purpose. I have been saying, if we canít win in 2006, there is absolutely no hope of ever winning again.
Well, I certainly have hope now, but we have so much work to do yet. The Democratic Leadership is still taking orders from the same minority group of Moveoners and if we relax now, we and I mean all Democrats will loose the next election and the country will again be thrown into the hands of the Republicans. The most obvious example of this is the rejection of the nomination of John Murtha as Majority Leader of the House. He is a social conservative and economic populist and this is certainly not what the moveoners had in mind, which is a socially liberial, elitist like most of them. What we need to do is keep reminding our Democratic Leaders that we are here and we are not going to lay down and play dead. We have a lot to say about our party and we need to organize ourselves and become a voice that they just can not ignore.