What on earth can Howard Dean be thinking? Is it possible that he really wants to run for the Democratic nomination after all in 2008? It can be the only reason he continues to make a fool of himself and embarrass his party so that he is relieved of his duties as Party Chair. Can this really be what the Democratic Party wants as the voice and face of their party? Don’t take my word for it, ask Democratic Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank.
Dean’s remark, in a speech to Massachusetts Democrats at their party convention, drew an immediate rebuke from US Representative Barney Frank, the Newton Democrat and one of DeLay’s harshest critics. ”That’s just wrong,” Frank said in an interview on the convention floor. ”I think Howard Dean was out of line talking about DeLay. The man has not been indicted. I don’t like him, I disagree with some of what he does, but I don’t think you, in a political speech, talk about a man as a criminal or his jail sentence.”
I thought Terri McAuliffe was something, Dean may be just what the Republican’s ordered. Who can’t wait until he is on every Sunday show as we get closer to the elections voicing these same opinions? This could get interesting.