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    (or koswecare.com - I perfer that name but whatever):

    I think to do this right we should take a good long look at

    the anysoldier.com any soldier site and model ourselves after

    it. Let's help dailykos soldiers and every other soldier

    too.

    You know, this is such a great idea, I'd love to see a

    balls-out, massive effort on this, every kossack working

    ass-over-teakettle on the project. As an added benefit,

    desperation "bake sales" like these (even if they exceed all

    expectation) always draws attention to and shames

    the powers for not doing their job.

    I don't have the tech skills to take this and run with it, but

    if you do, (any of you), and you're feeling inspired, I

    think if you were to talk to Markos and (with his blessing)

    started conceiving of and building the site [modled on any soldier),

    I just KNOW 99% would leap at the chance to volunteer in

    every other capacity, admin support, resource research,

    content, writing, editing, making calls, etc., etc.

    I won't mince words: I'm in love with this idea because 1) I

    want to provide a tangible means for people (especially

    Democrats) to show their support for our troops (as I

    many of us have been doing, quietly, through

    anysoldier.com) and, as an added benefit, I want some

    good PR for us Dems on the "troops" issue. I am DOG SICK

    of Limbaugh etc. characterizing us as a bunch of commie

    ratfinks who don't give a damn about our service men and

    women. Excuse me, asshole, au contraire. Consider me motivated volunteer

    numero uno. And while we're at it, let me put my money

    where my mouth is: $50 right now to get it rolling, pay for

    webhosting or software or whatever.

    Who wants to match me?

    We can not drop this ball.

    Harper

    aitchdee@yahoo.com

    Is nothing secular?

    by aitchdee on Fri May 27, 2005 at 02:13:47 AM PDT

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