Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

January 18, 2005

by J

FL Dems for Dean

The New York Times is reporting that the Florida Dem delegation to the DNC is backing Dean, and they got a great quote:
"The only knock against Howard Dean is that he's seen as too liberal," Mr. Maddox said. "I'm a gun-owning pickup-truck driver and I have a bulldog named Lockjaw. I am a Southern chairman of a Southern state, and I am perfectly comfortable with Howard Dean as D.N.C. chair."

"What our party needs right now is energy, enthusiasm and a willingness to do things differently," he said. "I think Howard Dean brings all three of those things to the party."

Dr. Dean said in an interview that he welcomed the support. "It's very important for us because it is from the South," Dr. Dean said. "The attack on me is that 'he's too liberal,' which, of course, my record doesn't bear out.
Too bad the media continues to lie about Dean being "liberal." Wankers.

The Florida Dems page suggests that it's 11 votes. It's a start.
Posted by J at January 18, 2005 06:01 AM

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