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Watch this development and the outcome as it may give progressives and Democrats a key to a winning strategy.
Moveon.org has been displaying billboards in Louisiana calling Governor Bobby Jindal out: demanding he expand Medicaid to help the uninsured. Jindal, as many Red State Governors want to part of.
These billboards are somewhat similar to other billboards promoting tourism. Governor Jindall has threatened and is finally suing Moveon.org to take them down Moveon.org seems ready for a fight
http://aattp.org/...It has been estimated 214,000 Louisiana residents would receive coverage under this expansion. Jindal is either really "thin skinned" or is scared of these bill boards.
I believe this is a good, the right and maybe, just mabe the politically effective action to take.
I am not going out on a limb and say this is a definite winning stragety but it could be. Has Moveon.org showing the way to win even in Red States.
Anna Galland was on Chris Hayes (footage no available) and she stated one of the reasons they are doing this is to "show Democrats and Progressives how to fight " Are they right?
Maybe but it feels good to "take the fight to them.
Fellow Kossicks , I am not making any predictions but we all need to watch this very closely