Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

July 27, 2004

by J

Good Show, Team Kerry

I am enjoying the convention. It is heartening to be reminded that there are in fact people out there who care. This afternoon, I was particularly struck by Mike Honda's remarks (he was in a Japanese internment camp as a child) and by the national anthem sung in a Native American language. Great stuff.

Dean's on at 9 and I'm looking forward to Teresa as well. Also, I haven't yet heard Barack Obama speak, and he's supposed to be brilliant. So, fun stuff, if I can just keep the pesky fact that Dubya's occupying the oval office out of my head. Just for a few days, anyway.
Posted by J at July 27, 2004 08:00 PM
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