Monday, January 30, 2006

Filibuster Fails, But Netroots Step Up

Yes, the filibuster failed miserably today (and the netroots know who is responsible), but at the same time it was a battle no one expected just days before.

Thank you Senators Kerry and Kennedy for leading the charge. Because of your courage the progressive Online community has a pair of champions and a blueprint for future actions. Hopefully we all learned a valuable lesson in how to work together, which will be vitally important in the coming battles ahead for 2006 and ultimately 2008.

If we can continue to coordinate our talking points and message we can be more effective. None of this would have happened except for the fact that we tried. Lets make it a habit and show Democrats (especially the Red State cowards) what it means to stand up for what we believe. - IFK Editor

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.geocities.com/estradaroger/johnkerry.html

7:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The dems were all over the msm saying that we didn't have enough votes for the filibuster.

Nothing like setting us up to fail.

If you say something enough, people will believe it. Usually a r.w. tactic, but this time the dems used it against themselves.

Thank you Kerry, Kennedy, and the other 23 that stood up.

2:26 PM  

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