Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

January 9, 2004

by J

Harkin for Dean

Senator Harkin is going to endorse Howard Dean this afternoon.
"He's the Harry Truman of our generation," Harkin said in interview with The Associated Press. "Howard Dean is really the kind of plain-spoken Democrat we need."

Harkin's support will give Dean the backing of the state's most durable Democratic politician, and a man whose organization can prove a vital asset on caucus night Jan 19.
Sing it, brother Tom! Harry Truman, indeed! (Btw, I recommend: Everyone should read McCullough's book Truman before the convention. Get started; it's long.)

This is great news for DFA; they were having all sorts of crap thrown out them aided by the lazy, dumb-ass media this week -- V and I mostly thought it was too stupid to comment on much, but we're also both back at work this week, so less time for blogging. Anyway, this endorsement is a nice boost for them. Now, to the bat!
Posted by J at January 9, 2004 01:56 PM

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