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Howard (I hate Republicans) Dean Becomes Chairman of Democratic National Committee

Feb. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean, who has vowed to help the Democratic Party improve its grassroots efforts, was elected chairman of his party in a vote of Democratic National Committee members today.

Dean, chosen by voice vote in Washington, replaces Terry McAuliffe, who held the post for four years.


This could be the largest set back the democratic party has ever suffered. Two thumbs up to the morons that elected this clown to head the party Happy

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(NT) (NT) Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I wouldn't discount him

He is intelligent and can be very effective. Mentally stable? Who knows.

But I do think he will be presiding over the demise of the Democratic Party. The question is who or what will fill the vacuum when they are gone?

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He is well suited to the post ...

... I just don't think that what this means for his party is good for it to win elections in the future. A temporarily crippled Democratic party can be a good thing. But an incompetent one will be good for nobody in the future. Look at what goes on in states that have inept parties of one or the other. A little opposition is good for accountability, otherwise do-nothing politicians keep getting returned to office merely because there is no better choice.

Evie Happy

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(NT) (NT) him and kerry the republicans best friend

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