They say we cannot hope that our Senate representation will change.
They say Tennessee is a blindly Republican state.
They say that no one will challenge the third-ranking Senate Republican, especially not here in Tennessee.
They say that we are stuck with representation that uses fear of immigrants to justify its policy agenda.
They say we have to continue the culture wars of the Boomer generation even if we are younger than boomers.
They say that if we are younger than boomers, we are too young to understand.
They say that Tennessee is incapable of supporting a democrat state-wide.
They say that we would rather have laws encouraging discrimination against foreign speakers than health care for the sick.
They say that working people are greedy to expect a living wage for their time and effort.
They say that fear will keep us committed to a war that has done nothing to reduce our fear.
They say that we should deny aid to single mothers in the city so that they will take responsibility for themselves, but that the Iraqi government should remain on our dole 100 years or more.
They say that the improbability of change will paralze us, and that we will remain divided and cowered by fear until it is too late to act.
They said that a strong challenger to Lamar Alexander could not be found.
We say, "YES WE CAN!"