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December 11, 2003

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Bill

I saw Dean in New Hampshire yesterday. To me he seemed robotic (like Al Gore). Your opinion?

TM

Oh, how great would that be if the Doctor caught the Gore disease?

fudgestick

>>I saw Dean in New Hampshire yesterday. To me he seemed robotic (like Al Gore). Your opinion?

I think Howard Dean is hilarious. A robot? absolutely not. Out of control? uh yea. until he gets "advised" to tone it down..then he looks like a scolded child.

as fer the robot comment...they really need to moderate this board.

irrelevant/innaccurate comments should be removed.

vote bush 04!

Anonymous

I feel that Dean is impassioned rather than angry. He seems like your everyday shmoe whose upset at the way the "right" is turning us round about and into a wall. He’s passionate about and upon his beliefs, and he points it out. Unlike other such politicians whom read off of cards with faces set like an obelisk. Dean isn't a politician, he doesn't "play" his cards, nor does he try to win the vote, people should respect him for being so openly upset at where our country is going, they should respect him because he’s not trying to sway or push them towards him with propaganda CRAP, like our self selected president

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