attended President Obama's event celebrating the passage of health insurance reform in Iowa City last week. Miller has also said that "states would have 'a very weak case' in challenging the constitutionality of the federal health-care reform and that Iowa would not be joining any legal action to block implementation." Miller was an early Obama supporter in Iowa, incidentally.
Unfortunately, if she wins it she will be at a 100-1 cash on hand disadvantage going into the general. I fear we are going to blow this opportunity.
If we could win OH-Sen and NH-Sen, we have a decent shot of holding 55 seats. I think we need to have that many going into the 2012 cycle, or else the GOP will be heavily favored to win back the Senate.
My advice to you is be the change you wish to see in the world. Start writing frequently about strategy and activism.
Speaking for myself, I've been busy trying to follow the closing days of the Iowa legislature's 2010 session, the Iowa governor's race and various battleground statehouse races, and many other things along with the fallout from the health care reform battle. Most bloggers have a lot more ideas for posts than we ever have time to write up. So instead of complaining about posts other people haven't written, why not just write them yourself?