I haven't made any choice about who I will support in the 2008 Democratic presidential primary. Even though my kids keep me busy, I have time that can be spent writing letters, making phone calls, canvassing and even organizing other volunteers.
I actually have some experience recruiting and organizing volunteers, having been on staff at a couple of churches and universities. I assisted the top coordinator for my denomination's quadrenniel gathering that featured over 1,000 delegates from around the world, up to 35,000 attendees at the various services and meetings, and hundreds of staff/volunteers spread between a convention center and basketball arena.
Would you like to have my support? I'm no political messiah, I don't have mountains of contacts, and I'm not rich. But I'm going to support somebody, and I'm going to do all I can for them.
As a blogger, the "netroots" is important to me. Therefore, how you treat two significant liberal netroots bloggers is going to play a large part in whether I want to volunteer for your campaign
and use what resources I have to convince others to do the same.
That Barack Obama sure is a phenomenon, isn't he?