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May 03, 2006


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Fred Gregory

Can I just watch and listen to your sit down with Vernon Robinson. Better yet why don't youPodcast it.

As for Kissell he should invite Markos into the district as well as Michael, moore, Howard Dean and Cindy Sheehan.
Bring them on.


"As for Kissell he should invite Markos into the district as well as Michael, moore, Howard Dean and Cindy Sheehan."



Invite them in for, like, dinner or something, or to a Hoppers game? Or to run for office? Or just parade them through for everyone to look at? What are you saying?


Gee whiz folks.....don't you think Mikey, Howie and Cindy would be helpful to Kissel in his attempt to oust Hayes?



Just a question. Why isn't Kissell's page at DailyKos accessible by his constituents?

Isn't it just as "in" his district as any other webpage would be?

It seems to me it's the content of the blog, not the site.


Ed Cone

It's not his page, it's his page at Kos.

Which is great, I'm all for him blogging there, too, but to me there is a difference between blogging at a huge national site, branded with someone else's name, freighted with someone else's history and agenda, and blogging at your own place.

Give me a site where the candidate's name forms most of the URL, with a home-spun blogroll and daily campaign info and schedules and pics from the trail.

Of the district, by the district, for the district.


Ed's right about this for a few reasons, not least of which is the fact that at Larry's site he can have a big "Donate" button on every page. A blog will mean fresh content, which will mean that some people who might not have been return visitors to his site will be. Blogs also do wonders for page-rank (and search engine placement generally).

The Southern Dem

I don't know if I agree. There is nothing worse than an unattended blog or web site. They do a great job of keeping the web site up-to-date with stories and pictures and articles. I'm not so sure that most of the people who are going to vote for Larry (or contribute money) are blog readers.

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