Irregular Times reaches 50 reasons for a progressive President in 2008
As of today, we here at Irregular Times have collected 50 reasons to elect a progressive President in 2008. Actually, we have surpassed that number. As I write this, we are at 54 reasons to elect a progressive President.
You can see that we’re picking up the pace a little bit, but we still must gather more steam if we are to succeed in our goal of gathering 2008 reasons to elect a progressive President in 2008. At 54 reasons, we only have 2.7 percent of our goal.
The stakes are high. We have promised that, if we fail in this quest, we will write checks for $2008.00 to the campaigns each and every Republican candidate for President. We don’t want to do that, so it’s time to get to work.
Among the prospective progressive candidates for President in 2008:
Can you think of any others that we should add to this list? Think progressive, now, not just Democratic.
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