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Saturday, February 12, 2005
From an Outpost of the VRWC ...
The convetion I am working at right now is definately a ... conservative bunch. So I find a little perverse pleasure in blogging from here that Howard Dean is now chair of the DNC! Last year, I wore my Howard Dean for President button to this same show, and while I took some ribbing for it, the vibe here is more conservative for 2005 and I think I might have been asked to remove the pin were I to wear it now. Still, with Dean officially in charge of building the party, I am joining in with Kos' call to show those who are concered about Dean's election that he is not only the right person for the job, but that those of up who supported his primary run and who supported Kerry in the general election are still here, ready to build the party up from the roots. As Dean says on the DNC site: