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#21 Posted on 3.1.04 1512.24
Reposted on: 3.1.11 1514.05
    Originally posted by MoeGates
    His appeal is similar to John McCain's - having a common sense platform that doesn't rely on placing youself somewhere along the "left-right" spectrum.


And both Dean and McCain have the same strained smile - as though someone put fishing hooks into the sides of their mouths and just yanks....

    Originally posted by MoeGates

    What the meia has done is decide "the more you criticize Bush, the more left wing you are" without even looking at things like, say, policy. The media is so fucking lazy in this country sometimes it's disgusting.


They don't know how to cover him... generally, I think they media was far more ready to cover a candidate like Kerry, Gephardt, or Lieberman than were someone like Dean. But Dean's personality is a bit more unconverntional.

And typically, the media is really bad at making ideological distinctions outside of party lines.
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