David Van Oss, can lay down a campaign, or can he?

Submitted by PAAMember on November 14, 2005 - 10:00pm. ::

He's making the case that the heart of the democratic party, it's mission, was basically cut out about 30 years ago by a new chairman who was also a corporate attorney power broker. Not much of a stretch to belive for some. So now we have to turn the feeling of voting into a joyous acknowledgement of community, by campaigning for the people. Instead of to the people.
This is hot. I see a real movement afoot in that I now believe grassroots movements are like a kettle coming to a boil. There is much goin on before you see much of a change.
John Perdue