Saturday, January 08, 2005
''Dean, DNC chair candidates stump in South'' (UPDATED)
This is all over the place. "You want to know my Southern strategy, show up," said Howard Dean, the former Vermont governor who dropped out of the presidential race during last year's Democratic primaries."-from the AP story. Update: More chit chat from the blogging class: "Investing "Party Capital" and a Poll," from Kos. MyDD has this report from ground zero at this weekend's DNC meeting, "Fowler, Rosenberg, Roemer and Dean most visible, Fowler addresses African-Americans." From the commentary: "First, Dean is electric and on fire and I think he knows it. He received applause repeatedly from the crowd for his remarks which were, I must admit, quick-witted, intelligent, and crafted perfectly for his audience. I'm still not a supporter of Dean for Chair, but his ideas are at LEAST among the best in the field. Every time I see him, I feel better about him playing a role in our party."