Sunday, January 30, 2005

Two More Views: Eastern Regional DNC

Thank God we have the Boston Globe to remind us that when things seem to be going well, there is always somebody willing bring us down to their view of reality: "A 'stop-Dean' effort arises at DNC forum: A replay of the 2004 Iowa caucuses unfolded in New York this weekend at a meeting to preview candidates to lead the Democratic Party; six men appealed to voters in an attempt to bend or to bypass the seemingly unstoppable juggernaut of support behind a Green Mountain doctor named Howard Dean." On the other hand, a fresh-faced blogger named "sneemteam" has this on MyDD: "Which brings me to Dean. I've seen him several times in person, and today for the first time I got to meet him in person. He looked wonderful, relaxed and cheerful. His speech was by far the best today. The past two years have matured him, and he really brings it all; charm, humor, charisma as well as intelligence and a real understanding of what needs to be done. He was the only one who I felt gave real details of what he would do as chair." sneemteam said many nice things about the other candidates as well.

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