August 26, 2003

Dean in Seattle

Peace Tree Farm gives an eyewitness account of the Howard Dean appearance in Seattle last Sunday.

Impressive trait observed in this candidate: ability to graciously accept a correction when he is shown to be in error. Wouldn't that be refreshing?

Update: Kayne at Pleasing To Remember was there and wrote about it too.

Update: Jake at Mental Ground Zero was there with a friend and some cool signs. He's got a link to an (12meg) mp3 of the speech too.

Posted by jeffy at August 26, 2003 01:53 PM

Hey I was there it was great

Posted by: Jake of at August 26, 2003 02:43 PM

Are you a Dean supporter? If so, post on my blog and let me know and I will add you to my blogroll of Dean-friendly bloggers.

Posted by: Laura in DC at October 19, 2003 11:00 AM

HEY! I'm a "liberal" Republican, mainly believing in STATES RIGHTS, and statutory control over federal, who was looking/begging for a reason not to vote BUSH, but Kerry and Dean were just tooooo unlikeable, ESPECIALLY KERRY, ALTHOUGH had Dean made it, I may have been able to lean his way, because I really feel Bush is NOT PRESIDENTIAL, if it weren't for Colin Powell, and a couple other cabinet members, plus the fear of judicial appointments that write laws instead of interpretation, I could have voted for Dean, but NOT KERRY, I just felt his whole life was scripted, even going back to place in NAM to re-enact situations, NOT TO MENTION HIS GHENGIS KHAN testimony in front of CONGRESS, it was like nails on a chalkboard, and still makes my skin crawl thinking about it.

Posted by: CLEVE-2-PHX DON at February 16, 2005 04:39 PM
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