Monday, November 17, 2003
As Seen on ZB!
SEA OF SOULS: Steve Wicklund points us to this must-read from Daily Kos, The battle for the soul of the Democratic Party:
It is no secret that the Democratic Party has been split into two factions -- the "insiders" who have run the party the past decade, and the Howard Dean/Joe Trippi "reformer" faction. The New Republic's Ryan Lizza has had some of the best coverage of the primary campaign, and has an eye-opening and extremely important look at this growing rift.MOVING CONTINENTS: Dean and Alan in CA note this article from The Nation about two Swedish students who have created a website called Democracy Aid '04 that is asking every person in the European Union to send MoveOn.org one dollar to help defeat Bush! Heeheehee.
CLARK IN GENERAL: Video clip of Wes Clark from FOX News via Niner (and Kos) -- scroll down to the pic of Clark with the headline "Setting the Record Straight." As Niner states: "clarkies think it's favorable of course but i think it shows the pressure is getting to him. i applaud the message he's trying to get through, though." I concur, but they say that Dean comes unhinged? Wow. Also, via Barb this Clark/Dean Article from Mother Jones titled Where's Wesley?
AT THE RACES: A Kerry jab by Lukovich over at Points West.
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