The Washington Times - February 3, 2009, 06:43AM

David Plouffe, Barack Obama’s campaign manager, plans to use the campaign’s 13 million-name contact list as the basis for a netroots group called Organizing for America, Esquire is reporting.

Plouffe’s Internet-based group will seek to garner support for policy initiatives, but other Democratic groups say they fear being left out.

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One Democratic insider said, “It’s not the Democratic Party anymore. It’s the Obama party.”

Sounds like someone is a little afraid of change we all can believe in.

Some Democrats say that the Obama campaign strategy of not allowing outside groups or third-party money won’t work in day-to-day organizing.  Yeah, tell that to the McCain campaign.

Plouffe says he’s doing this to inspire widespread political involvement. Including (gasp!) Republican involvement?