Get your mind out of the gutter, I didn’t mean the headline that way!
I mean that he’s seen the light as to the value of online retail politics. He’s written an interesting piece in FrontPage Magazine that shows what I mean:
As TV’s power wanes, so will the power of money to control politics. Just as the political bosses faded into irrelevance, so the excessive power of fund-raisers and big donors is also likely to drop.
In sector after sector of American life, we are throwing off intermediaries. We use the Internet to buy cars, book travel, do banking and sometimes even to kindle romance. We are now throwing off the political intermediaries and using it to pick a president.
Couldn’t have said it better myself. Welcome aboard the bandwagon, Dick. [Seen on Blog for America]Posted by Jason Lefkowitz at August 06, 2003
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If that's too hard to understand... well, I'm sorry. There's only so much I can do. I'm not a therapist, and I'm not a miracle worker. (Unless you consider staying employed in this economy a miracle.) I wish I could help you work through your delusional belief that I'm speaking for anyone else but myself. Honestly, I do. But in the end, that's a monkey you'll have to get off your back on your own. Sorry.