Live-blogging the Grassroots Organizing Forum

Even if you can't be at the Grassroots Organizing Forum, we are live-blogging the event. Go to to follow the action!

Here are a few snippets from the stream:
9:21 AM: John Walsh: "We may be crazy, but I think we're crazy like a fox because of the way things are going."


9:27 AM: Mitch Stewart: Barack Obama's message was about hope and change. Here's an example of how that came true. The President brought together six groups in health care and they committed to saving $2 trillion in health care costs.


9:33 AM: Mitch Stewart: We've done 228 listening tours. This is the largest yet.


1 Response to "Live-blogging the Grassroots Organizing Forum"

Michael said... May 16, 2009 at 4:52 PM

Thanks to the organizers and everybody else for a great event!! It's good to see this much energy and momentum carrying forward 100 days into the new term.


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