“The party with the Party was great last week, and there’s cause for celebration for Democrats. But the bigger job today is to get out the vote.
A couple of months ago, as I was evaluating an opportunity I had to participate at the Democratic National Convention (DNC), I had a talk with a friend, a huge influencer in the social technology community. I asked him if he would be interested in joining me in Charlotte. He was in fact interested, but wondered how interesting the election would be. His perspective: “Obama’s got it all wrapped it, correct? Where’s the drama?”
My friend, by the way, is a Democrat. And he’s not the first Democrat with whom I have had this kind of a conversation. For the most striking thing about the 2012 election so far — from where I sit — is the complacency among many Democrats who were passionately involved — and appropriately worried — about the vote in 2008…”
Read the full article “Obama’s Biggest Enemy: Democrats Who Remain Complacent” on Forbes.com.