12.27.2006

Edwards is in the Pool...

Something to look forward to tomorrow:

When Mr. Edwards announces, with a round of morning talk show interviews and a press conference in the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans, he will become the third Democrat to enter the race formally.
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Understandably, candidates are going to do what it takes to get publicity. Mr. Edwards’s aides said they chose this slow-news time of year, and the backdrop of New Orleans neighborhoods ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, in part to command the maximum amount of attention. Camera crews will be permitted to film Mr. Edwards as he helps with the cleanup efforts.


I think that Edwards has done all the right things for a Presidential run in '08. He saw the return to economic populism that was building in '04 (and was maybe just a little too far in front of it).

Note - Just as he was just a little bit in front of the 'Daily Show' movement by announcing his '04 run on the show.

But, time and circumstance has caught up with Mr. Edwards. I think his message of two Americas becoming one is exactly what we need and want to hear in '08.

By announcing in New Orleans, the heart of the Republican failure in both economic and governmental mis-management and failure shows that he was right all along. There is no better fishbowl for his message of hope amid the ruins of our economy.

Go get 'em John!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

So would you say that you're for Edwards?

jef said...

As an officer in the DPW, I am not allowed to take a position in a partisan primary...

Let's just say I am very glad he is in the race, and I feel he articulates for the Democratic party very well!

Anonymous said...

Will not tkae a position in a partisian primary....hmmmmm.... interesting you say this . yu certainly have made your feeling know in other Democratic primaries since becominng chair.

Anonymous said...

Nice picture of you and elizabeth edwards, cozy. So tell the truth. How much did you get paid and how long did you work for her? Also, what did you produce? It's OK, she and your team articulated the democratic party so well.