Sunday, April 27, 2008

I hadn't thought of it this way before 

Howard Dean on Meet the Press describes how the Democratic Party will heal itself:
I’m not the most important person in terms of bringing the party together. The most important person is the person who doesn’t win the nomination. Because I can remember when I lost to John Kerry, I had to go out and convince my supporters, it took me about 3 months, that they needed to support Sen. Kerry. I endorsed him, I campaigned for him, I went to all the college campuses and that’s what the person who doesn’t win this with 49% of the delegate is going to have to do keep the party together.
I just hope Hillary, and Bill, are getting this message.

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