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Thursday, February 26, 2004

Dean is back in the news

From the San Francisco Chronicle (actually, written by the AP, but I got it off of the Chronicle's site), Howard Dean says that the Democratic Party must continue to show its recently gained spine. In his words, the Democrats must:

| "not paper over its differences with the most radical administration in our
| lifetime. In order to win, the Democratic Party must aggressively expose
| the ways in which George W. Bush's policies benefit the privileged and the
| most extreme ideologues.
| ...snip...
| "I will do everything I can to ensure that the 2004 Democratic nominee runs
| as a true progressive, as a champion of working Americans and their hopes
| for a better future. Because -- I will say it again -- that is the way to win in
| 2004."

The Democratic Party would be well served to listen to this man. He may not have won the nomination, but he knows what he's talking about. He watched the 2002 mid-terms, like the rest of us did, and he knows that we must stay on message, and must stay on the offensive. If we don't, Roveco will tear the nominee to shreds.



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