New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor discusses a meeting she had this weekend with the CEO of the Democratic National Committee:
YAMICHE ALCINDOR: I interviewed the CEO of the DNC today. And the thing that the party wants to do most is focus on a better deal and focus on rise and organize. Of course they're having real issues because when they're having these slogans they're so vague. When I was talking to her I said, you know, "What are your actual goals here?"
And she said, ‘Well, you know, we have to be a party that stands up, as Senator Brown said, to racism, to bigotry. But we also have to be a party that has an economic message.’ But I told her, and I wrote in my story, that Kid Rock is using rise to organize because it's so vague.
(Alcindor wrote in The New York Times this week about Kid Rock using the slogan)