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We are a Nation of more than one Party, that by definition should mean discourse and fighting and major disagreements. That is democracy, by finding our differences, out of discussion comes agreement on middle ground. I am disgusted by how misleading and even infantilizing the old political spectrum has become.

Believe it or not, our values are at some deep level fundamentally the same -- governance and law, learning and education, health care and enviroment, all are a concern of each and everyone of us on some level.

WeDemocrats respect our differences and recognize America needs every one of our viewpoints, ideas, and passions -- even those we don't agree with -- to keep our democracy vital and alive. WeDemocrats recognize that meetings across our land for dialogues across differences builds trust, understanding, respect, and empowerment -- the conditions necessary for freedom and democracy to live in and around us.

The purpose of WeDemocrats is to initiate a new kind of public conversation that moves us beyond polarization so we can effectively address the issues we care most about. We believe all concerned Americans have a piece of the answer, and that listening to and learning from each other -- even if difficult -- will make our country stronger and wiser.

WeDemocrats, commit ourselves and our communities of interest to foster dialogue across the many divides in America, in large and small groups, to build trust, insight, and action toward the more perfect union we all desire.

In a couple days the worker bees, the people that did the grunt work, the voters will be forgotten by both parties. We will be told to take a vacation, to relax we did a great job. At least till they need us again.  We must not let that happen in this organization, we must continue to work towards our goals, building the foundation and plans for a major victory in 2008. The only way we win is to work harder, be tougher, and reach more voters than the Republicans. We can win. And your contribution can be the difference.

We need to rent offices, install phones, website hosting, purchase printing and materials, dozens of expenses, find legal and accounting services, train precinct organizers, county coordinators, and state coordinators, that till now has been funded by my wife and I out of our Social Security checks, but its gotten too big and we can't afford it any longer, we need your help.

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I want to express my deepest appreciation for all you members have done, as I write this it looks as if we have a few disappointments and a lot of victories. This in no way means that in those areas we lost, that our members let us down, on the contrary we saw some tremendous gains in Dem vote percentages in those areas over 2004 election. The nature of volunteerism is doing something without being rewarded. And we have 1,079 volunteer members as I write this.

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We couldn't have done this without you, so thanks!

The future of our party -- and our country -- depends on what we do in these coming months and years.
Thank you,
Ron McBride
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Originally posted to WeDemocrats on Tue Nov 07, 2006 at 10:47 PM PST.

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  •  It is safe to assume (0+ / 0-)

    that there must be a change in the Iraq War strategy.  Democrats will have to come up with something quickly.    Baker will be assuming the de facto presidency tomorrow.

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