Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Edwards isn't going quietly. (yay!)

I still don't see any sign of an Edwards endorsement, but he's going to make his presence known in other ways this year. This coming Monday, John and Elizabeth Edwards will be launching a campaign to highlight the economic costs of war.

According to The Nation's Campaign 08 blog:

The multi-million-dollar Iraq/Recession Campaign, which launches Monday, seeks to remind voters, in the words of organizers, that, "As economic concerns weigh heavily on the minds of Americans, opposition to President Bush's reckless war in Iraq continues to grow. The massive cost of the war in Iraq – hurtling toward one trillion dollars – has increased demand for a strategy to bring U.S. troops home. The Iraq/Recession Campaign will highlight the majority of Americans who want to see leadership on investing in critical priorities at home and establishing real security throughout the world."

A related note: National Priorities Project/Cost of War

P.S. Endoresment? Dodd did.


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3/02/2008 12:57:00 AM  
Blogger ThePoliticalCat said...

Hi, Terry,

I just blogrolled you (since you, like me, celebrated Blogroll Amnesty Day). I have no idea whether you're a bigger or smaller blog (size isn't as important as quality, is it?). Could you blogroll me, please?

Come visit! I blog at La Casa de Los Gatos and CultureVultures as ThePoliticalCat. Thanks!

3/03/2008 06:33:00 PM  
Blogger nunya said...

Joseph Stiglitz on Democracy Now

The three trilion dollar war

3/03/2008 09:07:00 PM  

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