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Rhiannon12866 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-18-04 04:38 AM
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107. I support Howard Dean for DNC chair.
I agree with what he says and think he'd be, hands down, the best candidate, plus, he wants the job. I would be incredibly disappointed if they chose a less qualified candidate.

But this is not a perfect world, or electoral process. I voted for John Kerry who was much better qualified for president than George Bush*. I also voted for Al Gore. And, even more upsetting, I am told that my candidates actually won!

My point is that we must learn to accept compromises. You can't abandon your party if Howard Dean doesn't get DNC chair, though I think they'd be insane if they denied it to him, LOL! He'd be perfect!

My candidate was Dennis Kucinich, but I got on board with John Kerry, because I listened to what he had to say and came to believe in his message. We all have to make compromises and choose the best of the options we're presented with. Your party offers better options, with or without Howard Dean, though, as I said, I think he'd be the best DNC chair that I can imagine. But what else are we left with?! Bush* and eternal war? I will choose the Democrats, any day, over the horror story that they're offering us!
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