Putting the country back into the party

As Carl Bernstein recently said to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, people within the Democratic Party are starting to wonder “how much this is about the Clintons and how much is it about the country?”

Today our military is bogged down in Iraq’s civil war, our economy [is] staggering and working families are struggling to compete in the age of illegal immigration and outsourcing.

What this time calls for is an inspirational president who can turn our collective eyes towards a new “morning in America” where we work together with goodhearted people of other political persuasions to confront our mounting challenges.

— Chris Busby

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