Thursday, May 1, 2008

Check out the YouTube video with Barack explaining how the grassroots organization has life of its own that he will promote beyond the election.

Howard Dean, despite losing the primary, did something similar with Democracy for America, which is going strong today and has helped him in his bid to reform the Democratic Party.

Obama's network is even much stronger as it has seemingly paved the road to victory, minus any funny business by the superdelegates, against one of the most "inevitable" candidates ever to run for the presidency.

The campaign has relied on the self-starting network for many of its wins in states that were not high priorities in the early going.

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