Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

July 25, 2003

by J

More Straight Talk

Excellent rebuttal from Dean about Kerry's (and other's) whinging that they were misled by Bush:
In any event, it's clear from listening to Mr. Dean that he's enjoying the squirming of the pro-war Democratic candidates, and the opportunity their stance gives him to counter the charge that a former governor of a tiny state such as Vermont doesn't know enough about foreign policy to be president.

"If I can figure out the case the president was making wasn't accurate, and wasn't a good one, and these guys, these campaigns, are all spinning that I don't have foreign policy experience," he says, "then how come my team could figure it out and the other teams couldn't?"

Posted by J at July 25, 2003 06:43 AM

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