In One Eye

Tuesday, July 01, 2003
 
An interesting perspective given the large amount of money Howard Dean has raised:
[F]rustration is evident in several Democratic corners, where activists complain that party leaders in Washington are working too closely with Bush and their failure to stand up to the Republican cost Democrats in the 2002 midterm elections.

"They would really like to find somebody who could really articulate the differences," said Harry Mitchell of Tempe, Ariz., who attended a two-day Hispanic forum with Democratic activists this past weekend. "People really want to know that there are differences."
My own opinion is that Dean won't get the nomination when all is said and done, which will lead to even more anger from the Democratic wing of the Dmocratic Party.