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Ya know, I am really worried that the democrats are going to take this loss and, the strategic geniuses that they are, decide to "republicanize" the party in order to avoid another loss.

If that happens, they'll lose me, I swear to God.

That's really disappointing to hear about Dean. We don't need status quo, we don't need the old boys club, we need a visionary. That's him, come on people - this ain't rocket science!

Isn't it sad that just a few weeks ago we were all speculating about what Kerry should do with his first term, name to the cabinet, etc. Now we're reduced to squabbling over the freaking DNC chairman.

I went by the DNC headquarters on a run the other day and it was sad how there were still a bunch of campaign signs from losing candidates in the windows. I suspect many of their people are on vacation or left right after election day.

I actually interned for the DNC back in 2000 and got to see how that place is run: lots of people thinking the same thing, not much creativity or going outside the box, and lots of people hanging around for long hours because they can't stand to be out of the loop, even if going home and getting some rest would be the best thing they could do. Plus the place is cramped as hell and lacks the necessary facilities. I could write more on that, but I was semi-sworn to secrecy.

Typical Democratic maneouver. Were you sworn to secrecy or not!! They can't even threaten people right?

But forget all that now. You're our guy on the inside. Get back over there and tell them that we're all leaving this poor excuse for a party if they don't start shaking things up. Screw Iowa! (you can tell them they can use that for a slogan)

Never mind. Let's just leave. You're in DC - find someone we can follow. I'm tired.

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