Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

January 25, 2004

by J

Dean on Daily Show?

Rumor has it that Dean will be on the Daily Show on Monday.

I hope he does better than Clark did. I think they need to sit him down and make him watch a few clips so he has a sense of the show, if he doesn't already. Although, he did do that camera bit with them in D.C. a little while back, so maybe he's got a good enough sense of them already.

The news shows were on the tvs at the gym this morning with closed captioning. I caught a glimpse of Chris Matthews in a cozy sweater, and Joe Klein's face. And Judy Woodruff looking perky and like she'd just had a face peel. But I couldn't stand to watch. I read a book instead.

Booyah for non-cable-news-watching ignoramuses!
Posted by J at January 25, 2004 12:12 PM

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