Monday, May 23, 2005
''Mobilizing the base ....."
"seems to have supplanted persuasion in today's polarized America. Democratic National Chairman Howard Dean serves up red meat to the faithful, while threatening to make mincemeat of any chances to expand his party's base. Dean decries Republicans as "corrupt," "brain dead" and "mean," even telling one interviewer: "They are not nice people."-Joel Connelly writing in today's Seattle P-I, as he equates Dean with Frist and DeLay, because they are all "hard-liners."