:: eyedot ::: images information ideation ::

:: EYE (anatomy), light-sensitive organ of vision in animals.
:: EYE (verb), to look at to look at something or somebody inquisitively.
:: EYE (noun), an ability to recognize and appreciate something; a point of view or way of thinking.

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:: 5.06.2003 ::  



Quotes of the Day:
"The people—not elites or powerful interests—are sovereign."
and
"To pretend our energy policy doesn't play a role in this is crazy. We are willing to trade the lives of our sons and daughters for a wasteful lifestyle."
and
"There is within almost every American soul a desire to make a contribution, to invest time and energy to make things better, to know the unique satisfaction of helping one's country. We call that sense idealism-the notion that the gap between what is and what ought to be can be narrowed if we will simply try."
and finally,
"If we’re going to sell democracy to the world, we better live up to it."
- Gary Hart
Please visit his site to read about his ideas for a new and better America. Please send him a contribution and/or a letter of encouragement. This is a man I could see as our next President - unlike any of the men who appeared on the Democratic debate a few nights ago (did anyone see it? I didn't even know it was on). Mr. Hart appeals to the best in us, to the idealism that forged this country in the first place.

Here's an article on why Gary Hart should run for President in 2004.

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