AUTHOR: Slublog DATE: 1/19/2005 09:23:00 AM ----- BODY: MoveOn's New Satellite Station - John Kerry refused to denounce the moonbats during the 2004 election. So now he's kept the online domain name, dumped Edwards from the masthead and is starting his own internet refuge for those who just can't admit defeat. From the front page: is a community of online activists, first brought together in the heat of the 2004 presidential campaign. In 2005, we continue to work side-by-side to rewrite the book on grassroots politics.
And it's a book that desperately needs rewriting, given how badly the liberal grassroots policy did in the last election. What's going unsaid is that this is also a desperate attempt to stay relevant as an individual, rather than simply a repository for Bush-hatred.
Your involvement counts now more than ever. The Bush administration is advancing a right wing assault on the values and ideals we hold most deeply. Healthy debate and diverse opinion are being eliminated from the State Department and CIA, and the cabinet is being remade to rubber stamp policies that will undermine Social Security, balloon the deficit, avoid real reforms in health care and education, weaken homeland security, and walk away from critical allies around the world.
Hey, John. America rejected your negative message last November, and repeating it over and over again won't make it any more appealing. In fact, it just sounds kinda pathetic now that the campaign is over and the president has been re-elected. This paragraph makes it obvious that Kerry is not a man who learns from his mistakes. Instead of offering bold new ideas, he recycles the campaign stump speech and formats it into HTML.
This is not a time for Democrats to retreat and accommodate extremists on critical principles - it is a time to stand firm.
Stand firm, that is, for our own extremists!
With your support, is fighting for a national standard for federal elections that has both transparency and accountability in our voting system. It's unacceptable in the United States that people still don't have full confidence in the integrity of the voting process. I ask you to join me in this cause - and in working to make our voices heard on the most critical issues of 2005.
Because it was really the Chimpy Bushitler's vote supression shock troops that kept us out of the White House. Diebold! Halliburton! Florida (& Ohio) Forever! Still whining, after all these weeks. John, you lost. You lost. You lost. Get it into your head - people didn't like you as much as they liked the other guy. You lost. Trust me, John. You really, really don't want people looking into the integrity of the voting process. This year, you guys made Mayor Daley look like an amateur.
I understand the strength, commitment, and passion that are at the core of what we built together - and I am determined to make our collective energy and organization a force to be reckoned with in the weeks and months ahead. Let's roll up our sleeves and get back to work for our country.
Before you "continue the fight," you have to admit you lost the last one. Denial. Anger. Acceptance. Democrats are still stuck on the first two. You didn't win the election, Senator. You don't get to run things. --------