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And they're going to need help from Republicans.
If those in the media casting aspersions on the protestors had spent a decade covering the underlying problems with our economy, there might not be a need to Occupy Wall Street.
Inside the Obama campaign, almost without anyone noticing, an insurgent generation of organizers has built the Progressive movement a brand new and potentially durable people's organization, in a dozen states, rooted at the neighborhood level.
If Barack Obama becomes president, it will be because of grass roots organization. The people who will make the difference
Television pundits have a self-serving addiction to seeing elections through a lens of broadcast advertising, polling and media-friendly news clips.