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  •  I think you've misunderstood my intent (none)
    I don't believe it's all about Dean at all.  I never did.  I always thought DFA was a great campaign needing a better candidate.  

    I give Dean great credit as well for being the early voice that let everyone realize it was ok to go after the Liar-in-Chief.  It's become trite on the networks to say he gave us a vertebrate transplant, but there is some truth to it.  But making the campaign the message rather than the candidate was a mistake, if their intent was to elect Howard Dean.  For a movement that allows for Howard to lose the nomination, this works fine.  

    The methodology is sound; it just takes the right candidate and the right efforts designed to facilitate a community.  

    "Every city is two cities, a city of the many poor and a city of the few rich; and these two cities are always at war."--Plato

    by Eclectic on Sat Feb 21, 2004 at 11:02:57 PM PST

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