the rave on the Welcome page sounded fine. But there's a big difference between
dreaming of a better world and actually making it happen. What next?
that depends how many people read this. And how many people board this "Purple
to take it for a spin. Who knows where it will land?
have fun. As Emma Goldman (1869-1940) is
quoted as saying: "If I can't dance, it's not my revolution."
the Purple Party at MySpace.
more on the FAQ page.
Join in the discussions in
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with
your comments and suggestions.
Bookmark this site, then visit again
soon to read here what people have to say.
on board (April 25, 2006):
I love the idea of a Purple Party. It is my heartfelt belief that any peaceful
revolution must involve the kids.
Kids have a way of bringing enthusiasm,
energy and a raw honesty with them.
They are the living evidence of the work of love, but also the lack of it.
Let the children come. I look
forward to seeing where a purple party might take us.
Hopefully to a blue, green and purple planet rather than a grey, brown and black planet.
- Petra Cameron,
teacher for environmental harmony.
email is from Kenneth, who’s not on our frequency (April 30, 2006):
A novel take
Your take on a Purple Party is novel, although I'm not sure it has very
much political potential. Kudos on grabbing those domains though.
I've been tracking all of the nascent rumblings for a Purple Party. You
can find websites I've bookmarked on this issue at http://del.icio.us/kchood/purpleparty
- Kenneth Jr
returns as a Passionate Purple Petitioner (January 10, 2007):
I have just read and signed the online petition:"Save Nazanin"hosted
on the web by PetitionOnline.com, the free online petition service, at: www.PetitionOnline.com/Nazanin
I personally agree with what this petition says, and I think you might agree,
too. If you can spare a moment, please take a look, and consider signing yourself.