That’s It? DNC‘s ’Major Announcement’ is a Website Redesign
Posted on September 15, 2010 at 8:27am by Jonathon M. Seidl Print » Email » Appearing on “Fox & Friends” this morning, DNC Chairman and former Virginia Governor Tim Kaine revealed that the “major announcement” the committee touted yesterday is a redesign of the DNC’s website:
“Later on Today at George Washington University … I’m going to do a roll out of a new … web page for the DNC. It’s kind of a new look, new slogan, new tools. It‘s been about a decade since we’ve done this. And so we’re switching the focus from the DNC … [to] the people — Democrats, 75 million strong, proud to be Democrats.”
He also announced a new slogan: “Change that matters.”
Gretchen Carlson noticed the irony: “You’re using the word change again — we all know that was Obama’s moniker.”
“Yeah absolutely … and its working,” Kaine responded, citing the passage of a small business lending bill in the Senate yesterday.
View the new “change that matters” site.
(Watch the announcement, which starts at about 6:15)
I see you finally made it in and have done a few post. Nice going.
i finally got all the obots beat out of the attic and moved to atleast try to update the site. Thanks for all the help and assistence you provided. i’m still working on a few issues with site layout and posting…