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poskonig Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Dec-30-03 06:12 PM
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Clark/Dean and Dean/Clark *both* seem reasonable to me today.
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Both campaigns have hordes of supporters doing a great job with the fundraising and footwork. Uniting them would create one powerhouse of a campaign. I know many like to talk about "egos," and there is the standard talk from all of the candidates about not being anyone else's running mate. However, I'm not certain such a ferocious swarm of Democrats can be beat.

I've usually argued that Dean/Clark makes more sense than Clark/Dean, but after recent events, both seem to be doing a lot of things right. Throwing away their achievements and organizations seems like a waste.

Does anyone think the same way? Feel the same way? Or even share the same hope?
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