As of 1:45 PM Pacific time, here are the topics on the democrats.org site; the official site of the Democratic National Committee:
The Bush Budget Disaster
DNC Launches New Radio Ads to Air During Bush Social Security Tour
Today on the Blog
Your interview with Gov. Dean: The answers: Governor Dean has answered your questions.
The fight to protect ANWR continues: For the last four years, Democrats have stood up and protected the wildlife reserve from President Bush and his cronies in the energy industry.
Your interview with Gov. Dean: Governor Howard Dean is going to give a high profile interview — and it’s with you. Submit your question today by clicking here and then return on Friday, March 11 to read his answers to this online interview with our grassroots supporters.
Mar 10, 2005: The DNC Launches Radio Ad Against Bush
Mar 10, 2005: Bush Wants to Shore Up His Base…of Republicans in Congress
Mar 10, 2005: Republican vs. Republican Part II
Mar 9, 2005: Governor Dean Statement on the Election of Doris Matsui
I know what I’d like to be asking Gov. Dean.
Why doesn’t the word “bankruptcy” appear anywhere on this page?
And how the hell could you have laid down and rolled over for the bankruptcy bill? If there was ever a bully pulpit to stand behind and use to point out the corporatist flaws of the GOP, this was it.
Note that I’m not opposed to government actions that help corporations; sometimes what’s good for G.M. is actually good for America.
But this was such a clear-cut case of taking from the weak and giving to the rich with no public purpose except giving more to those that have that my head is swimming.
And the missed opportunity for the Democrats to define themselves – by challenging irresponsable and rapacious lending as much as they are challenging irresponsable borrowing – boggles my mind.
Even if their side was doomed to go down to defeat, this was a place to make a public stand, and the failure to make that stand is more than a little puzzing to me.