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HFishbine Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Sep-30-03 10:37 AM
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3. My Take
Liberman capitulates to the current paridigm, Dean wants to shape it.

Lieberman is a pragmatist to a fault -- at a time, in my opinion, when we need someone who can enthuse people in order to change the direction of the country. For example, when Lieberman saw what he thought was the writing on the wall, he let Al Gore down. When he saw what he thought was the writing on the wall, he stood with Bush, shoulder to shoulder, on the war.

Dean's a pragmatist too, but he ads a populist bent and a clear vision to his campaign. Dean is an agent of change. Lieberman is old guard.
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