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January 27, 2004

Dean on CNN after the New Hampshire primary results

Howard Dean's weblog quite speedily posted the transcript from his interview with Larry King on CNN earlier tonight. Dean talked about his "solid second" in the New Hampshire primary. I just wish he had used some (more?) of the stuff from the main campaign website's "Stand With Us" call to action. It's the sort of inspiring and hopeful message that got me interested in Dean's campaign and politics in general in the first place.

We are going to win this nomination.

To all those who believe that America needs real change, and someone who's actually delivered change, stand with us.

To all those who believe we need a president who will stand up for what's right, even when it's not politically popular, stand with us.

@ 11:10 PM | Politics (t) | Comments (0) | Cosmos


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