"Identifying the problem and talking about hope is waiting for tomorrow."
And in perhaps the most brilliant framing I've seen in this campaign so far, he began to weave a theme into the rest of the remarks: There's hope, and there's action. I'm action.
Via MyDD, where Stoller says "One of the coolest differences between 2004 and 2008 is the development of local blogospheres with great writing, pictures, and video. It's not only that we can get around the self-interested Broderite hacks, but it also shows that there's a real and national progressive political network complementing Dean's 50 state strategy."
I think the ecosystem developing around BlueNC could become a real force in North Carolina politics.
Semi-related: Redstate sold itself to a publishing company.