Thursday, January 04, 2007

Tom Vilsack Campaign Website About To Purge Contrary Thought



As you might remember, I presented a Christmas gift to Governor Tom Vilsack in the form of a DUmmie FUnnies ENDORSEMENT on December 25. Basically, I stated that even though I oppose almost all of Vilsack's political positions, I still endorse him for the Democrat nomination. I even presented a method in which Vilsack could quickly gain public attention in the form of him wearing the Pooh Bear, as seen above, during his public speeches. The result of such an action would mean that Vilsack's largely ignored speeches would be instantly uploaded to YouTube and viewed by millions thus getting his name known. So why would I be so good to someone with whom I disagree politically. Simple. The Democrats are going to nominate somebody for President in '08 so it might as well be somebody that the DUmmie FUnnies gets credited for helping. Good for Vilsack. Good for the DUmmie FUnnies. Win/Win.

I posted these ideas on the Tom Vilsack '08 campaign website COMMENTARY SECTION. There was some interesting back and forth between your humble correspondent and the True Believers of the Vilsack camp. Unfortunately, it now looks like much of the scintillating and entertaining commentary is about to be purged by the zealous Vilsack campaign people. Perphaps they think they are helping their candidate but the fact of the matter is I think my comments actually spiced up the commentary section and kept it from becoming a boring cheerleading section in which Vilsack can do no wrong. Therefore, this edition of the DUmmie FUnnies will dispense with its usual format and present to you below the commentary of the Vilsack Campaign Website so it can preserved for all eternity before the Big Purge takes full effect. So break out the popcorn and enjoy the entertainment below, folks...



#1

There is conspiracy going on with the Bush adminastration be very discrete because you will never hear the truth on 9/11/01 unless you be very discrete


Posted by Rod Lutz in Calgary Alberta Thursday, December 28, 02:04 PM EST www



#2

I hope you don’t mind, Governor, but instead of sending $80.00 to your campaign I invested it in a web site to support you here in East Texas:



http://www.easttexasforvilsack08.com


Posted by Joe in East Texas Thursday, December 28, 02:25 PM EST www



#3

Rod,


What conspiracy are you speaking of?

Posted by Aaron Brodbar in Cheshire, CT Thursday, December 28, 04:15 PM EST www




#4

I hope when Tom Goes to Ketchum that he WEARS THE BEAR. Do that and that video will be watched THOUSANDS of times on YouTube. Nowadays, one needs to be CREATIVE in order to be heard above the crowd.


Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Thursday, December 28, 05:39 PM EST www




#5

I am also urging Governor Vilsack and his campaign to do a live interview and take some calls on my Internet talk show at http://www.talkshoe.com in 2007 sometime.


Like the poster before me, and like you said in your message Governor, we ALL need to be creative and get the message out there.

Yes, money buys the ad space and the travels across the nation to take your case to the American people, but creativity is what wins the hearts and minds of the voters. To have creativity is to have a vision.

I am reminded by a story from the 1948 campaign when President Truman’s campaign train stopped in the middle of nowhere because the leaders of the Democratic Party did not want to throw their money away on a “hopeless quest.”

President Truman went to the passenger car and told the people that he didn’t care whether they voted for Harry Truman or not. That was not the issue. The issue was that the president could take his case to the people and let the people make a decision.

So, what the president did was he passed his hat and raised the funds through private cash donations to get the train moving again.

When the hat was being passed, Press Secretary Charlie Ross said to the president that Roosevelt never had to beg like that, and that prompted President Truman to say that Roosevelt was a great man. I would only add that that is the kind of story that Americans need to know about the men that we put up in the Democratic Party.

Harry Truman and Tom Vilsack were and are no better than you or I. They are men just like us. The difference is that Truman and Vilsack had and have the courage to stand up, despite the odds for what they believe in to take their case to the American people so that we can make a chouce.

I should write this as a letter to the editor in my hometown newspaper.

So to close, go get ‘em Tom and give ‘em hell.


Posted by Kurt Hurner in Copley, Ohio Thursday, December 28, 06:23 PM EST





#6

Hi Tom,


I don’t see an issues listing on your page but I believe you could be an effective voice by standing up for those who aren’t born yet.

Posted by lucas in Colfax, WI Thursday, December 28, 06:32 PM EST

#7

I just recommended that the Idaho readers of the current EDITION of the DUmmie FUnnies (which endorsed Tom Vilsack) to show up at the governor’s speech later today in Ketchum, Idaho. If Governor Vilsack takes our advice to “Wear the Bear” he will definitely be heard above the herd.


Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Friday, December 29, 08:52 AM EST www



#8

To Kurt,

I encourage you to send your letter to your hometown newspaper. Getting the word out at the grassroots level will make a difference. Thanks!

Posted by Jeanne in Council Bluffs, IA Saturday, December 30, 10:00 AM EST



#9

I think you really need to do more with this website. Go look at the John Edwards site and you alot more information, involvement and interaction........


Posted by Aaron B. in Cheshire, CT Saturday, December 30, 01:20 PM EST www




#10

Vilsack will be Fox News Sunday tomorrow (12-31-06).


Posted by Joe in East Texas Saturday, December 30, 03:11 PM EST www




#11

GREAT interview in Rolling Stone. What I liked about it is, you got past the sound bite. Well done.

http://www.rollingstone.com/nationalaffairs/?p=874

Posted by Tony Loyd in Cedar Rapids, IA Sunday, December 31, 11:03 AM EST www




#12

I hope that the usual bloggers, and people coming for the first time will give the campaign the resources it needs to get the message out to the American people.

If we all donated $10.00, it would be a great gift to the American people. While I have all the respect in the world for the men and women running for president this time around, Tom Vilsack is the only candidate that has a vision for our future and he has the executive experience to make it happen.

Let’s make 2008’s presidential campaign an American story. Let’s ignore the pundits and the know it all know nothings on the Sunday morning talk shows and elect something new and fresh for America. Let’s elect Governor Tom Vilsack in our repective primaries. Let’s nominate Governor Tom Vilsack at the Democratic National Convention in Denver in the summer of 2008. Let’s elect Governor Tom VIlsack our 44th president that November too.

It will happen, but we all need to support the campaign both creatively and financially.

Some ways to do that are to give up an exspensive vice that you may have. If you smoke for example, the belief that you have for a Vilsack presidency could be enough to take your money and give it to the campaign rather than smoking it away.

Instead of going to the bars everyweekend and spending huge sums of money on beer and other drinks, you could go to the bar twice a month and use the money you would have spent on the campaign if you believe in the cause. Investing in the future is much more rewarding than drinking your means away.

You can give up other things like lunch everyday at work by packing a lunch rather than buying. It all adds up,

These are just some ways to get donations to the campaign. In the end, we, the people will win because we are right and the “exports” are wrong.

Thank you and happy new year.

GO TOM, GO!!!


Posted by Kurt Hurner in Copley, Ohio Sunday, December 31, 11:06 AM EST




#13

Well, the Ketchum meeting came and went and whatever happened there has pretty much disappeared into the ether. Governor, if you would just WEAR THE BEAR, I guarantee whatever speech you give will be a big hit on YouTube. That’s the way it is nowadays. One has to be heard above the herd.


Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Sunday, December 31, 06:17 PM EST www




#14

I had never heard of Tom Vilsack before today, when I happened to hear some of an interview with him on television. It touched me in a real way.For years I have been writing to my representatives expressing my concerns about finding a new American way that recognizes we can only be secure if we live in a way in which we are able to responsibly supply our needs without abusing our country or any other country. I believe it is Sweden which made a commitment to be completely free of dependence on foreign oil within 15 years and they are making impressive progress. I asked my representatives why we could not send a committee to see what they are doing over there. We are not a stupid country. We could do that. We need to do that. Today I heard Mr. Vilsack say that he wasn’t sure that the answer to our oil needs lay in the arena of new drilling in gulf, Anwar, etc. HE GETS IT!!! The answer must be new. We have the minds. We have the technological ability. I even suggested a national contest, much like American Idol, where we call on the brilliant minds of this country to compete while sharing new and sane ways to power our country, awarding something huge to the winner. Such a contest could literally change this country forever. I have so much faith in our possibilities. Special interests must no longer dictate the paradigms of our legislators. I once wrote a letter to the White House, saying that if the Bush family owned patents to solar panels, we would not be at war. Well, anyway, I like how he (Tom) thinks. I felt he was truthful-probably not yet famous enough to be overthinking and pre-thinking and spinning everything. I pray he stays that way. We need leadership at all levels that can see the truth clearly. We must learn once again how to consider what is good for the whole country long term. We must lose our arrogance, an attitude that the current administration has enhanced so much that most of the world sees is, all of us, as arrogant. We can be clear, and sensible, and realistic and right WITHOUT being arrogant. I have never written into a site like this and have no idea who might read it, but thanks for a place to vent.


Posted by Louise Kahana Sunday, December 31, 06:49 PM EST




#15

Tom,

For what I have been reading you are the only person that I can see that is telling what you belive in and not sugar coating it, You are telling it how you see it. You have my and my family support

I hop and pray for you


Posted by John M Schade in Reeds Sprong, Missouri Sunday, December 31, 10:00 PM EST




#16

Has anyone been able to find the video of Governor Vilsack on Fox News Sunday from December 31, 2006? I would like to see it. Because of the holiday, I have not been watching too much television.

Thanks.


Posted by Kurt Hurner in Copley, Ohio Monday, January 01, 08:25 AM EST



#17

I found an archive of the Fox News Sunday interview with Chris Wallace and am copying the link to the article/transcript. Here’s hoping the link will work…


http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,240306,00.html

Posted by Jeanne in Council Bluffs, IA Monday, January 01, 12:56 PM EST


#18

Hi Tom,

I like what I have heard and seen of you so far and I look forward to hearing more about your plans for the American workers who have been battered by reagan and the Bushes.

I hope you will make Alabama one of your stops on the campaign trail.

Posted by Ray Trammell in Boaz, Alabama Tuesday, January 02, 02:15 AM EST




#19

No word at all in the press about Governor Vilsack’s appearance in Ketchum and almost no buzz at all about his appearance on Fox. So far it looks like Vilsack’s message is getting lost in the ether. Again, my recommendation is for Governor Vilsack to WEAR THE BEAR.


Here in Florida, Lawton Chiles was an almost completely unknown state legislator when he decided to walk around the state. At first he was derided for his “publicity stunt” but soon he gained a lot of attention for it and Walkin’ Lawton was elected U.S. Senator as a result.

Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Tuesday, January 02, 06:52 AM EST www



#20

tom already does a walking tour of iowa each year.


Posted by John in Q. Public Tuesday, January 02, 02:26 PM EST


#21

Governor Vilsack should find some marathons to run nationwide this year to get his name out there. Here in Akron, Ohio every October, there is a Road Runner Marathon. If Governor Vilsack would do some of these things and talk to the runners and the reproters on the run, he could get some exposure that way too. Heck, if the governor did the Akron Road Runner Marathon, I would get in shape to be on his team.

Also, I was wondering what everyone thought about starting a group on the Internet and Nationwide. It would prove something great at the convention when we nominate the governor for president. Let’s call our group the #! Fans For Tom Vilsack Club. We get those buttons that the governor gave to Jon Stewart on the Daily Show and get shirts to distinguish us from other Vilsack Supporters. We can show Howard Dean and others that it is time for a real American to be president, not a name brand or a rock star.


Posted by Kurt Hurner in Copley, Ohio Tuesday, January 02, 06:33 PM EST




#22

Walking tours and marathons just won’t get Governor Vilsack the publicity he needs. My recommendation still stands. He must WEAR THE BEAR. If Governor Vilsack does this I guarantee any speech he gives (wearing the bear) will be watched MANY times on YouTube. Otherwise his campaign will remain stuck in neutral.


Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Tuesday, January 02, 08:28 PM EST www




#23

The comment the gov.made on the daily show really got my/wifes vote. “It’s their country let them fight and or die for it”. That should be a campaign slogan/bumper sticker!


Posted by J.Abear in Georgia Tuesday, January 02, 09:15 PM EST



#24

Tom Vilsack is getting his name out and people all over America are already responding. When the debates start and all candidates are side by side on center stage, only one will be head and shoulders above all others. Tom Vilsack is that guy. He will out work, out campaign, and present concrete ideas on how to turn America around and move us forward. Fellow Vilsack supporters, we are not 2 months into this campaign and look what Tom has already done. Do not worry Tom Vilsack has never lost an election and he won’t lose this one. Stay faithful and keep campaigning we have alot of work to do over the next 2 years.


Posted by John Granchie in Boardman,Oh Wednesday, January 03, 07:10 AM EST





#25

I hate to be the one to inform you but almost NOBODY has heard of Tom Vilsack. Of course, he could get known if he WEARS THE BEAR because then his speeches would be a big hit on YouTube. Otherwise I am afraid that governor Vilsack is fated to be consigned to his current obscurity.


Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Wednesday, January 03, 09:26 AM EST www




#26

OK Pj, time to go back and post on druggie limpballs site and have fun with your neocon buddies.

Tom Vilsack is taking America by storm and so is the Dem party. Face it there is a blue wave crossing the country so jump on board and come along for the ride.


Posted by John Granchie in Boardman,Oh Wednesday, January 03, 10:08 AM EST




#27

Tom Vilsack is taking America by storm and so is the Dem party. Face it there is a blue wave crossing the country so jump on board and come along for the ride.

Taking America by storm when almost all the political news about the presidential candidates is about Obama, Hillary, and Edwards? Sorry to point out the cold cruel facts to you but Tom Vilsack needs to do something to attract attention. I admit (which I did on my blog) that I disagree with Governor Vilsack on almost everything but I honestly want him to do well in the presidential primaries for the reasons I specified in my DUmmie FUnnies BLOG. Maybe it takes someone like me to point out the problems of the Vilsack campaign at this point rather than someone so enamored of the governor’s message that he can’t face the reality of the campaign situation.

Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Wednesday, January 03, 07:41 PM EST www



#28

Of course all the talk is about Hillary, Obama and Edwards, right wingnuts like druggie limbaugh and Bill O’lier keep putting them out there. The reason is simple, the wingnuts know that all three will be easy targets to knock off in the general election. They fear a guy like Tom Vilsack because he connects with middle class America and he can beat anyone the GOP puts up against him. I have said once I will stay it again, Tom Vilsack is rising faster then anyone ever thought he could and the GOP fear him and they should fear him because he is a proven winner. Sorry Pj, Tom Vilsack doesn’t need someone like you to point put problems in his campaign because he does not have any problems to point out. But thanks for volunteering your service, I am sure if any problems arise Tom Vilsack will call you asap to help him.


Posted by John Granchie in Boardman, Ohio Wednesday, January 03, 07:59 PM EST





#29

PJ, you sound more repetitive than Right-wing talking points.

Gov. V. congrats on reaching the million mark! I am looking forward to hearing more from you! I think the video blog is a great idea! Continue to make new ones and get your view on the issues out there! I would love to see you on TV more!

I also agree with Aaron B ... your initial web site is great, but needs more substance! Get your issues on here and get more people linking you!

Posted by Doug in American Democrat abroad Thursday, January 04, 02:32 AM EST




#30

On Tuesday evening, January 9th, at 9pm EST, I am going to do a show on my Internet talk show, THE REGULAR GUYS SHOW at http://www.talkshoe.com on Governor Vilsack’s Condition of the State Address. I would invite everyone here to listen, text chat, or even call in to the show at (724)444-7444 followed by the Talkcast ID 10102#, and then your ten digit PIN.

Thanks.


Posted by Kurt Hurner in Copley, Ohio Thursday, January 04, 06:52 AM EST



#31

“Of course all the talk is about Hillary, Obama and Edwards, right wingnuts like druggie limbaugh and Bill O’lier keep putting them out there.”

So all this Obama adulation is a result of Rush Limbaugh? And what alternate universe are you posting from, John?

“Tom Vilsack is rising faster then anyone ever thought he could and the GOP fear him and they should fear him because he is a proven winner.”

So far rising as fast as a buried rock.

“Sorry Pj, Tom Vilsack doesn’t need someone like you to point put problems in his campaign because he does not have any problems to point out.”

Apparently your name change to “Pollyanna” has gone through.

“PJ, you sound more repetitive than Right-wing talking points.”

Pehaps I need to take Happy Talk lessons from Mr. Pollyanna above, Doug. The fact of the matter is that FEW people even know who Governor Vilsack is. And few will know him in the future unless he MAKES himself known as I have laid out in my BLOG.

Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Thursday, January 04, 07:42 AM EST www




#32

Ok Peepj I understand your need for attention, being from a home were wingnut religion was preached but come on your blog is not worth a second look. Please do us all a favor and go post on one of your wingnut candidates sites who is running in 2008. You fear Tom Vilsack like all other wingnuts or you would not be putting so much effort into trying to get people to take there eyes off of our next President’s site and on yours. But thats ok peepj, I know you drink from the same water jug as your idle druggie limbaugh and take the same pills he takes we forgive you. By the way do have problems making tents like druggie limbaugh or do you use the sames drugs he does ?


Posted by John Granchie in Boardman,Oh Thursday, January 04, 08:34 AM EST




#33

“Ok Peepj I understand your need for attention, being from a home were wingnut religion was preached but come on your blog is not worth a second look.”


Wrong assumption from the start, John. Both my parents were (and still are) liberal Democrats as I was until I went over to the “Dark Side.”

“You fear Tom Vilsack like all other wingnuts or you would not be putting so much effort into trying to get people to take there eyes off of our next President’s site and on yours.”

Fear Tom Vilsack? Don’t make me laugh. I did an informal poll of about 3 dozen people down here. NONE was familiar with the name, “Vilsack” except for one woman who thought I was referring to a jar of pickles.

“But thats ok peepj, I know you drink from the same water jug as your idle druggie limbaugh and take the same pills he takes we forgive you. By the way do have problems making tents like druggie limbaugh or do you use the sames drugs he does ? ”

The strongest drugs I take are caffeine (which I’m sipping now) and aspirin (which I will be popping in a few minutes). Oh wait! I used to be addicted to pistachio nuts but quit when I realized I was getting tired of paying off my pistachio dealer for my daily kilo baggie of Istanbul Reds.

Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Thursday, January 04, 09:25 AM EST www




#34

Peepj your informal poll of about 3 dozen, are they from your wingnut friends or your pistachio eating club. Never mind, I am a USAF Veteran who fought in the first Gulf War so guys like you could have there freedom of speech. You are entitled to think and say whatever you want to and so am I. I think your wrong like most chicken hawk Republicans who didn’t serve in the military but thats what makes this such a great country freedom. Your parents seem like good people tell them to stay blue.


Posted by John Granchie in Boardman,Oh Thursday, January 04, 09:47 AM EST




#35

I think your wrong like most chicken hawk Republicans who didn’t serve in the military but thats what makes this such a great country freedom.

I hate to ruin your assumption but I also served in the military. But go ahead and call me “chicken hawk” if it makes you feel better, John.

Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Thursday, January 04, 10:01 AM EST www




#36

Now, boys, be ye kind one to another.

John: To say that the Vilsack campaign has no problems is a bit of a stretch.

PJ: To say that almost nobody has heard of Vilsack is a bit of a stretch as well.

Posted by Joe in East Texas Thursday, January 04, 10:11 AM EST www



#37

peepj serving in the boy scouts does not count.


Posted by John Granchie in Boardman,Oh Thursday, January 04, 10:14 AM EST





#38

“PJ: To say that almost nobody has heard of Vilsack is a bit of a stretch as well.”


Perhaps in Iowa but I challenge anybody in Florida to run the name of Vilsack past the people here. I doubt if even one in ten know who he is. Check it out.

Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Thursday, January 04, 10:17 AM EST www


#39

“peepj serving in the boy scouts does not count.”


Actually I served in the Cub Scouts but I wasn’t counting that. Oh, and be careful of that massive chip on your shoulder. It could cause a foot injury when it falls off.

Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Thursday, January 04, 10:18 AM EST www



#40

Peepj no chip here. Have a nice day and good luck in 2008.


Posted by John Granchie in Boardman,Oh Thursday, January 04, 10:22 AM EST



#41

PJ: I doubt if even one in ten knew who Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton were at this stage in their respective campaigns.


Posted by Joe in East Texas Thursday, January 04, 12:05 PM EST www


#42

Guys - keep in mind that this bickering and name calling can quickly turn off any potential voters that stumble onto this website. I am also frustrated that the media mentions everyone BUT Tom Vilsack when they’re talking about Presidential candidates. I get a blank look from a lot of people when I mention him, but I guarantee the next time they hear his name, they’ll recognize it. Let’s grow this campaign one on one, until the media catches up to us!


Posted by Barb Frauenheim in Nesquehoning, PA Thursday, January 04, 12:58 PM EST




#43

I’m with you Barb...It really galls me that they hardly ever mention Vilsack. Like, he’s announced and all these other folks are just being so coy about it. What is the point? Why don’t they just step up to the plate and show their cards? Seems to me the media should focus on the candidates who are actually candidates. I try to clue in friends around the country to pay attention when they hear anything about Vilsack.


Posted by Jeanne in Council Bluffs, IA Thursday, January 04, 02:20 PM EST




#44

Go HERE to vote for Tom Vilsack now.


Posted by Annette Williams Thursday, January 04, 02:48 PM EST



#45

“PJ: I doubt if even one in ten knew who Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton were at this stage in their respective campaigns.”

Neither of those campaigns had other candidates sucking all the publicity oxygen of the campaign like Obama, Hillary, and Edwards are doing now.

Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Thursday, January 04, 05:09 PM EST www



#46

“Guys - keep in mind that this bickering and name calling can quickly turn off any potential voters that stumble onto this website. I am also frustrated that the media mentions everyone BUT Tom Vilsack when they’re talking about Presidential candidates. I get a blank look from a lot of people when I mention him, but I guarantee the next time they hear his name, they’ll recognize it.”



Correct but only IF Governor Vilsack WEARS THE BEAR. Do I realistically expect him to do so in the near future? No. But this summer, when his name recognition is still in the basement, he might have a change of heart.


Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Thursday, January 04, 05:13 PM EST www





#47

PJ: You might have a point there. And Obama, Hillary and Edwards just might be peaking too early as a result.


Posted by Joe in East Texas Thursday, January 04, 05:16 PM EST www




#48

Peepj why are so concerned about Tom Vilsack and his campaign ? I think you like him or did you work for Congressmen Mark Foley and your, no never mind.


Posted by John Granchie in Boardman, Ohio Thursday, January 04, 05:17 PM EST




#49

Don’t feed the trolls. It’s what they want you to do. By feeding them you will only become their best friend.

Also I wanted everyone on the blog to know that we are cracking down on spamming on this blog. This blog is about beginning the discussion to change America, and we appreciate diverse opinions from both sides of the political aisle, but we will not condone excessive spamming or behavior that is questionable at best.

Tom Vilsack for President Web Team

Posted by Tom Vilsack Web Team in Des Moines, IA Thursday, January 04, 05:28 PM EST www



#50

UNITY OF THOUGHT!


Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Thursday, January 04, 06:43 PM EST www




#51

I think you like him or did you work for Congressmen Mark Foley and your, no never mind.



We will now take a brief pause as Boardman John attempts to hurl a Brokeback Brickbat.


Posted by PJ-Comix in South Florida Thursday, January 04, 06:46 PM EST www


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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another good one PJ.
I'm actually beginning to empathize with poor Gov Ballsack.

10:21 AM  

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