Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

February 18, 2004

by J

Edwards on Dean

John Edwards on Howard Dean:
Howard Dean has brought so much to this race-not just his ideas and passion for change, but hundreds of thousands of Americans who had never participated in a campaign before. Howard has been a powerful voice for change, and I share his belief that special interests and Washington lobbyists have taken over our government. This is the year for Democrats to take it back-not for our Party, but for our country.

Howard Dean has energized and revolutionized this race, and excited a whole new generation of young Americans. He deserves our thanks and so much credit for what he has accomplished. I hope he continues to offer his ideas, and encourages millions more to participate in this democracy so we win back the White House in November.
That's pretty damn classy, actually.

What's John Kerry got to say? As of this moment, there's nothing on his main website or on his campaign blog. How .... you know .... gracious.
Posted by J at February 18, 2004 04:53 PM

Do you want everyone to know that you still believe people have the power to participate in their government?

Do you want everyone to know that you're going to continue to fight the good fight for average Americans?

Then come out on Saturday afternoon and show the world.


Gather in a busy spot in your cities and towns to thank Howard Dean and show America that you still believe in the power of American citizens to shape their government. Bring your "Thank you Howard Dean" signs.

2:00 pm Eastern
1:00 pm Central
12:00 pm Mountain
11:00 am Pacific

Saturday, February 21

I will be in Chicago at Daley Plaza (where the Picasso sculpture is). Chicago area Dean supporters, please join me.

Dean leaders from other areas, please consider doing this. Send the word out through your networks. Choose a likely location for gathering and get the word out. This could be an opportunity to show people that we're still out here and still determined to stay in the fight together, and still ABLE to mobilize quickly.

Posted by: cdmarine at February 18, 2004 10:34 PM

It was classy of Edwards, but also smart. He needs to attract Deanies to his campaign in order to beat Kerry.

Posted by: Schnee at February 19, 2004 08:11 AM

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