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June 02, 2005

Dems: Decisive Or Divisive?

In a speech on Thursday to the Take Back America political conference, DNC chairman Howard Dean said:

"The one thing that we have to do as a Democratic party is not be afraid to be different from the Republicans - stand up for what we believe! Stand up for what we believe!"

I am perfectly in agreement with this sentiment--honest! It's the battle of ideas that makes our two party system work.

So, Mr. Dean, when the other side stands up for what they believe, don't throw a spittle-flecked fit and call them "divisive". We're just standing up for what we believe, you know.

Posted on June 2, 2005 01:40 PM

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