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Ickes endorses Dean

Harold Ickes endorsed Dean for DNC chaiman. This is a bit of a surprise since Ickes is close to the Clintons, and it would, normally, be assumed that he would not go against the Clintons’ wishes. Perhaps the Dean nomination is a done deal, perhaps no one can stop him.

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"since Ickes is close to the Clinton’s"
- close to Clinton’s WHAT??

But now Dean has publicly avowed that he "hates" Republicans--has he just had another Edvard Munch moment that will torpedo him as surely as his screaming fit did last year?

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/wn_report/story/276020p-236422c.html

Did the Clintons (or Donald Segretti) put something in his drink?

Personally, I think Rosenburg would be the best choice for right now. I was a big Dean supporter back in the day, but now I think he’s just trying to appeal to the ultra-left. The Dems need to appeal to the center . . .

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