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)