As in 2003, when he rose to prominence filling Howard Dean's Internet piggy bank, he's funneling followers to sites where they can give money to candidates online; only now he has several hundred thousand more readers to hit up and a better network of informants in battleground states. At the same time, he's taken on the task of party-loyalty enforcer, backing candidates who wear their partisanship proudly and assailing those who seem too cozy with the other side on a range of issues.
Sunday, June 25, 2006
"Can Daily Kos Control the Dems?"
I wouldn't count on it. But it might not be a bad thing for it to happen, somehow. Newsweek: