03 July 2007

Slightly reassured

Some of our opponents have tried to deflect attention from the obvious power and momentum of the movement we’re building by pointing to national polls, that are all but meaningless.  Indeed, at this juncture four years ago, Joe Lieberman had a solid lead in national polls.  In the fall of 2003, the leaders were Howard Dean and Wesley Clark.  You’ll recall, none of these men were the nominee.