Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

December 12, 2003

by J

Hillary Shows up the Careful Eight

Well, good for Hillary.
Unlike some Democrats who worry about the liberal Dean's electability in a general election matchup, Clinton said Dean could defeat President Bush.

"Sure,'' she said. "Absolutely. Any of our candidates can (beat Bush). Whoever emerges from this nominating process will be a competitive candidate. We can put together a winning combination to take back the White House and that's what I'm going to work on.''
"Liberal" Dean, my ass. Reporters are so freakin' lazy it makes me spit. But, again, good for Hillary for speaking the truth. Interesting choice of words on the "winning combination" thing, too. I don't think she wants Veep (Senator from NY is much more interesting than Veep), and I honestly don't think she wants to be President, but I'm sure she's got ideas on what would make a winning combination.
Posted by J at December 12, 2003 11:12 AM

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