Organizing for America sent out its latest email blast Thursday - let's pledge to work 1,000,000 hours to pass the health care reform bill.
I'm glad to see they've raised the goal to 2 million, since a million seems awfully small for the entire country.
How many hours did Republicans and Conservatives invest in electing Scott Brown in the special election in January. One race, covering basically one month.
How many hours did blogger William Jacobson invest? Give him credit for 50 hours for the month leading up to the special election. Add 2,000 more volunteers and you get 10,000 hours for Brown.
Whatever OFA makes its goal to fight for the bill, opponents will be investing more time.