Monday, January 26, 2004

The Oddest Thing
Sure I want the nomination to be decided. It's almost a form of "chaos" without it. But, for a second, think about it. For the Press: longer nomination process equals more ratings (and other things, it is a story with targets that are trying to get on camera) For the Public: more info on politics, which can get boring, but you might catch a bunch of people who aren't normally into it. For the Democrats: more press coverage for "our" people than anytime in the last three years. Think about it, the most powerful Democrat in Washington is Tom Daschle. He's a real nice guy. Would you say it is working? So, as long as Dean wins in the end, I'm happy with any course that keeps the Democrats travelling in the same river, and hopefully removing my least favorite.

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