Sunday, January 21, 2007

Let's Move America Forward!

Experience counts.

This quality as a Democratic candidate for President in 2008 sets Governor Bill Richardson apart from all other contenders from either party. As our nation forges ahead, repairing the damage from the litany of ideologically-fueled mishaps and blunders of the Bush administration, it will be the duty of our next President to restore American credibility to the world and continue the promise of prosperity and compassion within our nation that seemed in such attainable grasp at the end of the 20th century. This will be no easy task that a simple shift of power in the executive branch can achieve, as much as we Democrats may like to believe. There will rest a tremendous responsibility of restoration in this regard with whoever may hold the office and we must consider who will be best-equipped to face any adversity ahead for our nation. My friends, no amount of eloquence and inspiration in speech or hope for continued greatness on familial relation can substitute for experience.

It's time for us to spread the word as best we can. In the coming months, I'd like to invite all members of our Kentucky for Richardson group at to publish anything pertinent to the Governor's campaign on this blog if they wish. Simply e-mail me at and I'll be happy to copy and paste whatever blog entry you wish into the main page so that we may give all his supporters here in Kentucky a chance to sound off. Please include what you'd like the subject header of your message to be. Working together, we can achieve greater awareness of our candidate.

National Richardson Meetup Day is February 6. At present, our group is very small so no events have been scheduled at the present time for the Kentucky region. However, as word continues to spread and our group hopefully increases in number, forthcoming arrangements will be made to give us all an opportunity to meet and carry on with raising awareness of the candidacy of the next President of the United States.

A Message From the Governor:

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