|Man Without Qualities|
Friday, October 24, 2003
Dean Soars into Huge Lead in New Hampshire Now Leads Kerry 40-17 Among Likely Voters; Clark and Edwards in Distant 3rd --New Zogby Poll ... Dean earned 40%, compared to Massachusetts Senator John Kerry’s 17%. None of the other candidates have exceeded single digits in the polling. Retired General Wesley Clark and North Carolina Senator John Edwards are tied for third with 6% each.
And this is after Senator Kerry and other Democratic "contenders" have swung to the left to meet Dr. Dean's advance.
I suppose that in the aftermath of what seems to be the coming 2004 Democratic election disaster, there will be the usual moves within the Democratic Party for "reforms" in the primary, delegate, fund raising and convention structure to keep this kind of thing from happening again.
Of course, that would be better than the alternative: The even bigger Democratic disaster of a President Dean, followed by calls for even bigger reforms of the Democratic primary, delegate, fund raising and convention structure to keep that kind of thing from happening again.
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