Dean supporters are not too happy about these stories from the Washington Post. One writer at Blog for America posts:
Just logging on for a second to say that I am sick to death of the Washington Post's constant haranguing of Dr. Dean (whom they refer to as "Mr. Dean."). They misrepresent his positions and put far too much emphasis on small matters -- those which, if they were a quarter as hard on our President would, by their own standards, disqualify him for the office he holds. And James Carville, since you're a pundit I don't have to be quite so polite: Kiss. My. Ass. On Tim Russert last night you denigrated Dr. Dean and then proceeded to list things you want the candidates to say -- EVERY SINGLE ONE of those things was a position of Dr. Deans; in fact, you could have been quoting from his policy papers. Sheesh. I was at a dinner party last night at which the host told me that the Dean campaign is "a children's crusade." In other words, we're all enthusiastic children who have no idea what damage we're doing. I thanked him for his point of view, but I look forward to the next dinner party at which he can eat his words. Fight the good fight, people! We need every bit of energy, every dollar. The tea is in the harbor. Posted by Betsey at December 28, 2003 11:37 AM
posted on 12/28/2003 12:13:57 PM PST
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One writer at Blog for America posts: Just logging on for a second to say that I am sick to death of the Washington Post's constant haranguing of Dr. Dean (whom they refer to as "Mr. Dean.").
We at FreeRepublic, on the other hand, would not be so disrespectful as address him as "Mister". There is always.......
posted on 12/28/2003 12:44:26 PM PST
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