Sunday, August 26, 2007

Edwards Turns a Corner and is Headed to Georgia

John Edward has turned a corner in his campaign for the White House. Here's a portion of what they're saying over on Alternet:

Edwards is en fuego right now, and if he keeps up the heat, his candidacy will either be widely embraced by the emerging progressive movement or utterly annihilated by an entrenched establishment that fears few things more than a telegenic populist with enough money to mount a credible campaign.


As he dares take on the corporate structure that supports the status quo, he and Elizabeth will be swinging by Americus, Georgia where he will be speaking at Georgia Southwestern with President Carter in attendance. The event has the feel of a moment in history, and it is free and open to the public. Edwards will speak on Wednesday, August 29th at noon at the Student Success Center Convocation Hall on the campus of Georgia Southwestern. Seating will begin at 11:30 a.m. If you are ready for transformational change in this country, you will want to be there.

3 comments:

Tina said...

I will be there with several friends, and....of course....my cameras !!!

Amy Morton said...

I loved his comment this morning on the regignation of the AG. Did you see it? "Better late than never."

Tina said...

It WAS a "moment in history" and I was glad to be there to see it. The strength of President Carter's voice AND the fact that he has never abandoned his values seemed to me a sign that democracy is well and alive and ready for a popular resurgence.