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Jack_Dawson Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-20-03 07:26 AM
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The Dean-Clark Switch: Good Enough for Billionaires
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Edited on Sat Dec-20-03 07:29 AM by Jack_Dawson
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WASHINGTON -- Left-wing billionaire investor George Soros, who appeared to support Howard Dean for president, now is privately expressing doubts about the Democratic Party's front-runner.

In conversations with political friends, Soros confided he has become alarmed by Dean's recent performance and wonders whether the former Vermont governor is capable of defeating George W. Bush. In one such chat, Soros suggested he is interested in retired Gen. Wesley Clark.

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Like we've been saying all along, we extend a warm welcome to all new and future recruits - and if that includes Madonna and George Soros, so be it. :hi:
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