Monday, February 21, 2005
''Why triple-talented Dean spells trouble for Republicans''
"NOW that Howard Dean has ascended to the chairmanship of the Democrat National Committee, Republicans are high-fiving one another with such mad glee that you'd think Democrats had just nominated Dennis Kucinich to run in 2008. The GOP needs to sit back down, recork the champagne and get back to work. Whether they know it or not, Republicans need to understand that Dean spells trouble for the Republican Party. Big trouble."-from the op-ed in today's Seattle Times, by Reed Davis, an associate professor of political science at Seattle Pacific University who ran for the GOP nomination to the U.S. Senate last year. He also was a former chairman of the King County Republican Party.