Keynote Crowd FridaySince I really needed to get a little sleep, I ended up late for Wesley Clark's keynote speech this morning - I saw about 1/2 of it, and it was a very good speech, mostly around the issue of not letting the Bush administration continue to say that people who object to the war need to reframe the issue. It's not that we're doubting the generals, it's that we're doubting Bush's policies.
It has been an inspiring couple of days. I've met lots of interesting people - bloggers, Democratic Party folks, candidates, and many more. I'm kicking around a lot of ideas at the moment, mostly revolving around tech infrastructure for progressives, but also a lot of other things. Also - I am probably going to start up a Drinking Liberally group in the Eau Claire/Dunn County area, so look for news on that later.
There was somewhat of a flap last night when there was an announcement that Hillary will be giving her speech tomorrow afternoon, but won't be here for her breakout session. YearlyKOS's office says it's a scheduling problem, and I'm inclined to believe that, despite the arguing going on at DailyKOS last night and today.