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I so want a chance to vote for real change! Keep on fighting!

Posted by jim_from_ohio at February 18, 2004 09:33 AM


Thank you, Howard, for all you’ve done for your country and your party. I’ll always be with you.

Posted by Gary in NY at February 18, 2004 09:33 AM


History will not forget what’s been done here, what Dean has done.

Posted by worksanddays at February 18, 2004 09:34 AM


I S T I L L B E L I E V E !!!!

Posted by NYC FIREMAN at February 18, 2004 09:34 AM



Hey people… calm down a little please.

The fight will continue. The pressure should be enormous over Gov. to stop his campaign. The DNC doesn’t care about Kucinich or Sharpton, but Dean is a pain in the *** for them.
If Dean stops campaigning the FIGHT is 100% in our hands.
May be we won’t win the nomination but for sure we can give a good battle.
This fight has to keep going after Boston, this is for the control of the Party, this is for a REAL DEMOCRACY. We have seen the real face of the system, the Party, the DNC, the DLC, the MEDIA… now we know the ENEMY.


Posted by Latinotoo at February 18, 2004 09:34 AM



/got nothing.

Posted by Nathe at February 18, 2004 09:34 AM


Thanks for everything Dr. Dean. You brought a great message to the democratic party. I hope that we don’t lose the message now that the media has turned everything we’ve worked for into a joke.

I encourage you to keep the message alive, but don’t give the media anymore fire to poke fun at all of us. We are very strong, and we will be back!

Posted by boneman at February 18, 2004 09:34 AM


Let’s change the face of American politics. I can just see Howard Dean as the antithesis to Rush Limbaugh on natinonal radio. With Al Gore’s support and Howard Dean’s honesty, we can blow doors off the Republican hold on our country. Regardless, I’m still voting for Dean March 9 in Mississippi! Howard, you are my hero.

Posted by Mimi in Mississippi at February 18, 2004 09:34 AM



All this that I’m reading about aides to the Governor talking about giving our information to some other candidate or the DNC has me more than a little concerned.

As a result, I’ve put up a petition that makes the request that all of the personal information that we’ve given to the Dean for America campaign be kept private and not shared with any third parties.

Sign it now and spread it around!


or Click on my name to sign the petition.

Posted by Gerald D. Troiano at February 18, 2004 09:34 AM


reposting from end of last thread —
LA Times: Dean to End Campaign, Stay in Race

BURLINGTON, Vt. (Reuters) – Howard Dean returned home to Burlington, Vermont, early on Wednesday carrying a decision to quit his presidential campaign but remain in the race for the nomination, the Los Angeles Times reported in Wednesday’s editions.

“Though Dean is not going to formally drop out of the race, he is going to stop campaigning,” a Dean aide told the newspaper.

“The move would allow his supporters to continue to vote for him in the upcoming primaries and have a say at the Democratic National Convention in July,” The Times reported.

The decision was to be announced here on Wednesday; however, Dean had begun talking in the past tense about his bid for the 2004 Democratic presidential nomination.

The former Vermont governor suffered an apparent knockout on Tuesday in the Wisconsin primary — his 17th defeat without a victory in the Democratic nominating process. Still, he came out swinging, telling backers at a rally in Madison, “We are not done yet.”

While Dean’s presidential campaign may soon end, he said the movement he began with his Internet-based organization and anti-war, anti-Washington message would push on.

“We will change the Democratic Party; we will change America; we will change the White House,” Dean said in Wisconsin to applause from a flag-waving crowd of several hundred.

Democratic front-runner John Kerry won the Wisconsin contest, with Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina finishing a close second. Dean was a distant third.

Dean has said Edwards would be a stronger candidate against Republican President Bush than Kerry, whom he has denounced as beholden to special interests.

Dean appeared to acknowledge his White House race was over when he thanked the painters union on Tuesday for having “stuck with us right to the end.”

Dean helped reshape the 2004 White House race by tapping in early to voters’ concerns about the war in Iraq, health care and the soaring federal deficit — energizing Democrats and sharpening criticism of Bush.

With his Internet-based organization, Dean also smashed fund-raising records and connected with legions of new political activists.

But while he soared to the top in the polls last year, he never saw his following translate into victories from voters this year.

Posted by CSBRI at February 18, 2004 09:35 AM


Is this it?

Posted by jjkral at February 18, 2004 09:35 AM


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