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Sunday, April 27, 2003

 

WHAT I WANT TO KNOW (DANCE MIX) http://www.nettonemidas.com/nettonemidas/dean/deanmix90.mp3

posted by Zephyr Teachout at Sunday, April 27, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
The Georgia Dean for America group writes:

You asked for it, so we created it…. The original Howard Dean Dance Mix. Lovingly called “What I want to Know”, this song mixes snippets of Dean’s speech to the California Democratic Party Dinner and a popular dance song to give our campaign both momentum and an ANTHEM. This can easily serve as a Democratic anthem against the growing usurping of power by the radical right wing Republicans and corporate affiliated conflict of interest ridden leaders in our nation’s capital.

For this week, GAForHowardDean dedicates this song to Senator Rick Sartorum for whom Howard Dean has asked his resignation. Bigotry can no longer be tolerated in this country. We want our country back……. Rock on Rick!


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