Wednesday, August 27, 2003

"Staggering crowds" for Dean says Times 

Jodi Wilgoren of the Times writes:

The staggering, seemingly spontaneous crowds turning up to meet him — about 10,000 in Seattle on Sunday and a similar number in Bryant Park in Manhattan last night — are unheard of in the days of the race when most candidates concentrate on the early-voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire and would seem formidable even in October 2004.

10,000? That's a lot of Birkenstocks!

Nice spin on "seemingly spontaneous," Jodi. Personally, I don't care whether the crowds are spontaneous or not. In fact, if they are aren't, so much the better. It's would be nice if Dean were not just from the "Democratic wing of the Democratic Party," but from the organized wing of the Democratic Party.

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