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I wanted to say thank you to everyone who makes Daily Kos Radio possible. And also to say how awesome it is.
The DK web-site is a pretty cool place with lots of great writing and some great reporting. The addition of Daily Kos Radio is a great idea, and a tremendous plus for the site. Daily Kos Radio is everything you might expect from Daily Kos: progressive, topical, timely, relevant, and enlightening.
So I lift my cap to say “Golly Good Show!” to everyone that helped bring this vision to reality, and to everyone who works to put on the show every day. You guys rock and your show is awesome!
And to anyone who hasn't tried Daily Kos Radio yet, I say, give it a listen, and I think you will be impressed.
I especially like that the show is available as a podcast, because often I am not able to spend the full morning at the computer.
So, thanks again for Daily Kos Radio, and keep up the good work!!!