Dec 29, 2022 • 16M

Blue Dots in a Red Sea (Ep. 4)

It’s Time to Form Your Own Local "Democratic Party!"

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Michael Moore
Academy Award-winning filmmaker and political provocateur Michael Moore offers his subversive and humorous take on the issues of the day and talks to a wide range of people from comedians and politicians to the people who’ve tried to kill him. Plus various mischief with Mike’s friends, family and the neighbors who don’t work for the NSA.
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Now that you know there are THOUSANDS of like-minded progressives, liberals, Democrats, independents and nonvoters in your red county and state, it’s time to get to work and have a gathering of this new Blue Tsunami movement. It’s time to either jump in and grow the existing local Democratic Party or, better yet, start your own Dem org if a seriously active and successful one doesn’t currently exist.

On this quickie episode of my special series this week (and next) of mini podcasts — “Blue Dots in a Red Sea” — I lay out a simple plan to create a new Blue movement in your red town, county and state. It’s going to attract new people, young people, and we’re going to have fun flipping one red office holder after another.

Please give it a listen and share with others — especially your sister who got transferred to Texas or your aunt who’s now wondering why was she so excited about retiring in Florida.



Blue Dots in a Red Sea (A New Blue Tsunami Series)

Episode 1: Our Next “Impossible” Blue Tsunami Task: How to Win When You’re Blue in a Red State

Episode 2: You Are Not Alone. There Is Blue All Around.

Episode 3: They Are More Blue Than You — Or They — Know

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