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jobycom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-14-05 12:30 AM
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46. The Scream was Dean's fault, pure and simple.
He did it, it was too funny to ignore. That's why it got played. But Dean was dead before it got played.

As for the rest, I'm not preaching for the DLC. I'm preaching against the goofy-assed extremist attacks meant to divide the party. I don't like the DLC's positions (as I've said) and I don't think the DLC is very effective at controlling the party. They are one faction, as I've said repeatedly in this thread and others. We need all the votes we can get, so we need them, too. Any candidate running has to court their vote. They don't have to adopt their platform.

All these "DLC is going to destroy the universe" threads are just assinine. That was my point. Most people seem to have gotten it. Not saying you didn't-- I can't tell if you were disagreeing with me or just explaining. It's a good explanation.

As for Dean, unless he learns to campaign to the nation as a whole instead of his supporters only, he's always going to be a dead end. He shouldn't have been made DNC head, though I hope he succeeds at it, and he has shown an ability to learn from his mistakes. I hope that continues.
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