Wednesday, February 16, 2005

More Dean's Day Three News

Dean Says GOP Offical Must Apologize" "concerns a statement linking Dems to a controversial attorney in New York, about which Dean said ""The American people deserve better than this type of political character assassination." New York's Republican Governor said ""within the realm of appropriate political discourse," about the statement Dean found objectionable. Another AP story attempts to charge Dean with flip-flopping: "Dean seeks media blackout, changes mind." What the headline leaves out is that the decision to keep the press out was made while Dean was seeking the DNC Chair position. Now that he has gotten the job, Dean feels the closed door policy is not appropriate, according to the article. As I predicted, Dean is going to be a media target.

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