Discussion in 'Politics' started by Annie, Feb 7, 2005.
you would think they would pick Kerry over all the others...i mean, if they thought he could be prez of the whole country, you would think they would have faith in him to be the DNC chairman, the way they carry on about how he would be a much better prez than Bush.
Is this true?
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As you know, satire. But makes for funny reading either way.
Sitting politicians generally don't run either the RNC or the DNC. I was a Donnie Fowler supporter but am perfectly happy with Dean as party chair. He will bring a new energy to our party in terms of campaigning, something Terry McAulliffe simply wasn't good at.
Oh, I don't know. McAuliffe spouted every lie on cue, just like a good little parrot. I don't know how you can fault him for failing to sufficiently polish the turd that is the leftist agenda.
What do you figure - Dean's going to use some new, extra-strength Windex?
In my opinion, the big question is: How can a man who could not convince the Democrats to give him their presidential nomination--despite having the money behind him--now convince the American people to vote Democratic??????? Does this make good sense to anyone?
It makes good sense to me. Howard Dean ran a close second to John Kerry through much of the campaign, and created a large grassroots organization that he has kept intact. Running for President and chairing the DNC require two completely different sets of skills. The constituencies of the positions are totally different. His skill at grass roots organizing are what the DNC needs. McAuliffe's main problem was his lack of skill at grass roots and state-level organizing.
meaning he'll make a lot of bucks for Hillary ? Or is there a secret weapon out there somewhere?
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