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Howard Dean redux

Susie tells us that Howard Dean is seriously thinking about running again. So, if Howard Dean or anyone close to him is reading this, here is my advice.

Don't go to Iowa.

Go to New Jersey. Read below the fold...

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Tweet of the Day, no make that Tweet of the Year

If this is true I may have to become an independant.
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Howard Dean backs Bill Daley for WH Chief of Staff

Howard Dean just gets stranger and more incoherent as he goes. He criticizes the WH for its contempt for liberals and know it all attitude but then goes on to support Mr. NAFTA Bill Daley for WH Chief of Staff because he's an adult and will give the beyond Washington view, or at least as much of it as can be seen from his offices at JPMorgan Chase. Read below the fold...

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President George Costanza, sleeping under the desk

Seinfeldian presidency

Nothing's happened so far except schlepping along with whatever was happening before. Maybe he's sleeping under that big Presidential desk, the way George did.

by: fairleft @ Thu Jan 21, 2010 at 10:57:00 AM EST

BARACK: Rahm, look at my eyes.

RAHM: A little less beady today.

BARACK: Because I'm REFRESHED. I finally found a way to sleep in my office. Under the desk. I lie on my back. I tuck in the chair. I'm invisible.

RAHM: Sounds like a really cool fort.

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Chris Badgers Howard

Today, Chris Matthews asked Howard Dean for his interpretation of the results in Massachusetts. Howard told him that it was because voters wanted more than they were getting from Washington and that they were angry at Washington. He also said that Coakley's defeat was due not only to Independents voting for Brown, but also to progressives who either voted for him, or decided to stay home. Read below the fold...

Health Bill Fleecing "Dwarfs" AIG, Continues Dean (So Not the "Good" Threatened by the Perfect!)

Howard Dean:

In Washington, when major bills near final passage, an inside-the-Beltway mentality takes hold. Any bill becomes a victory. Clear thinking is thrown out the window for political calculus. In the heat of battle, decisions are being made that set an irreversible course for how future health reform is done. The result is legislation that has been crafted to get votes, not to reform health care.

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Why They Don't Want To Use Reconciliation


The solid front of Democratic Party progressives supporting the Senate's health care form bill, has now cracked wide open with Howard Dean's call to kill the Senate bill and start over in the House with reconciliation. Read below the fold...

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Action Alert: Health Care Town Hall Meeting in Reston, Virginia

Town Hall on Health Care Reform with Governor Howard Dean
Tuesday, August 25 at 7:00pm

Event: Town Hall on Health Care Reform with Governor Howard Dean
"Hosted by Congressman Jim Moran"
What: Informational Meeting
Host: Congressman Jim Moran
Start Time: Tuesday, August 25 at 7:00pm
End Time: Tuesday, August 25 at 9:00pm
Where: South Lakes High School Read below the fold...

Reminder - MoveOn's Howard Dean healthcare briefing tonight at 9:00 ET

See hipparchia's post for details. I just submitted my question. My link speed/reliability won't allow me to listen, so if anyone wants to report, that would be great. Read below the fold...

Say, Hillary, are all Beltway Dem consultants in it for the money, or only some of them?

This is truly disgusting:

Dean's so-called "50-state strategy," which has sent paid organizers in state parties across the country — including heavily Republican stalwarts like Mississippi and Indiana — has been mocked by some as naive and ineffective. And his effort to create a national voter database within the DNC has been challenged by operatives, including Hillary Clinton adviser Harold Ickes, who have created a for-profit company building a competing voter file.

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