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Dean welcomes press after all

After some hell-raising by The Miami Herald and local Democrats, the National Democratic Committee has decided to allow press to attend chairman Howard Dean's speech to Democratic activists in MIami tomorrow.

But no questions from the press allowed.

The DNC says it wasn't the hell-raising that prompted the change; when more than 150 people are expected, the press is invited.


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Don't be too harsh on the Democrat chairman. After all, if the head of your organization put a foot in his mouth as often as Dean does, you'd probably want to ban reporters too.

Ron Mills

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Are We Winning Yet?

It's been four years now since President Bush pulled his stunt of landing on the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln, which his staff had ordered to circle around outside of San Diego for the purpose, and which they had decked out with a huge banner proclaiming "Mission Accomplished" for a backdrop.

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