Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

January 17, 2004

by J

Untested and Untried

I'm trying not to snark here very often (saving it up for the general election, where there will be snarkiness galore), but this is too choice:
At a town-hall meeting in Hudson, N.H., Wednesday, Clark defended serving on corporate boards after retiring from the military in 2000 and registering as a lobbyist. "We were trying to make America safe. That's what lobbyists mostly do,'' Clark said.
Honestly, dude. You have got to be frickin' kidding me!
Posted by J at January 17, 2004 02:12 PM

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