The debate sucked.

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Debate Open Thread #1

No one else has done this, so I am opening it up. I am at Town Hall Grill in Chapel Hill and I am REAAAADY!!!!

Rahm Emanuel Headlines Fundraiser for Larry Kissell

We begged Rep. Rahm Emanuel to help Larry Kissell in his bid for the 8th Congressional District seat in 2006. Now that the dust has settled, Rahm is making his move.

Join Congressman Rahm Emanuel in supporting Larry Kissell in his renewed bid to oust Robin Hayes from congress. The fundraiser will be held this Saturday at NCDP Headquarters in Raleigh from 3:30 - 4:30pm. Tickets are $200 per person or $330 per couple.



Welcome, Jerimee Richir

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Hello everyone.

I'm excited to introduce you to Jerimee Richir, who will be joining us around noon to answer questions and share his ideas about the world wild web and his new job at the North Carolina Democratic Party. You can read more about him here.

Got questions? This is the place to ask them!

Burr, Dole…Yes, to Corporate Welfare…No, to You and the Free-Market

This blog is cross posted from The Progressive Pulse.

Every politician dreads the moment when the special interest group which paid for their campaign is in direct opposition to the well-being of the citizens they were elected to represent. Such is the case with Senator Burr, Senator Dole, and the pharmaceutical industry. Last week the Senate blocked a bill which would have allowed the government to negotiate lower drug prices on the 2003 Medicare Drug Bill. The vote was 55 “yes” (49 Democrats, 6 Republicans) and 42 “no” (42 Repubs, 1 Dem). 60 “yes” votes were required to pass the bill. Senators Burr and Dole voted no.

This is a long post but please bear with me.

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