Imagine a Friday that goes by without a press release from the TNDP. Instead, it comes on a day of the week when people are actually paying attention. It contains something other than “TNDP Chair has an unsettling emotion about something a Republican has done, that until now, would have remained completely unnoticed by most people.”
Perhaps this new kind of press release could tell us something about something cool a state legislator has been up to:
“Representative So-and-so pushes for a law that would protect cute puppies from having their eyeballs poked out.”
Or tells us about an exciting Democratic candidate:
“Candidate So-and-so is a great admirer of cake and he hopes to work to protect our cake-making heritage.”
Or it could rally us around a cause:
“Democrats should be alarmed by cake-disparaging puppy-eyeball poking-out! Call your state senator or state representative and tell them to vote against cake-disparaging and puppy-eyeball poking-out!”
Or it could tell us about events:
“On May 22nd, everyone is invited out to Aunt B.’s house for cake-eating and puppy admiring!”
Or it would tell the media about something the Democrats are doing:
“Democrats rally around cake! And puppies! And press releases that don’t give free publicity to Republicans!”
Or what we stand for:
“Democrats demand… um… something! Cake! Puppies! Jobs! etc.”
Not one word would it contain about Chip Forrester’s feelings on any c-list matter. Not one word would it contain giving free publicity to Republicans.
It would be the most awesome press release, ever.