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  •  If a Plan Falls in the Forest (none)
    and no one hears it, is it still a plan? Post election research done by the folks at Democracy Corps found that when asked "Do you think the [Republican] [Democratic] party knows what it stands for, 77% said they thought the Repubs know what they stand for but only 47% thought the Dems know.  

    If they have a plan, it is either so secret or so ineptly communicated that no two Democratic activists will tell you the same plan and no non-activists will give you anything but dark republican framing about hot-button issues.  

    After the election I did some accidental research along the same line.  After reading an article about the Senate Republican Agenda, I googled to find the Senate Democratic Agenda, then the House Democratic Agenda, then every iteration I could think of.  Nada, nothing.  Turned the ball over and it said "Ask Again Later".  So, what exactly is our plan, our agenda?  

    "Invest in the Levees or Pay the Storm its Due." Join the New Covenant With America

    by Into The Woods on Fri Oct 14, 2005 at 12:49:20 PM PDT

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