Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

February 6, 2004

by J

Dean on Democracy Now

Howard Dean was interviewed by Amy Goodman on Democracy Now. My favorite quote:
HOWARD DEAN: When I went to see Bill Clinton about running a long time ago, he told me never to read anything written by somebody inside the beltway. I don't read those columnists or actually I donít read anything thatís written inside the beltway in Washington. I know what they're about. They aren't constructive people. And I just frankly don't pay any attention to them. I also don't think anybody else does, either, except inside the beltway.
I love it. Somebody tell Paul Begala his old boss thinks he's irrelevant.
Posted by J at February 6, 2004 02:27 PM

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