28 October 2003
Speaking of dark horses
Dean Esmay sums up his feelings (which are not so far from my own) about Howard Dean:
He may be on the right side of issues like gay marriage (although he didn't used to be) and guns, but on the most important issue of the day (the war), he's utterly wrong. My take: if Dean were the nominee, and Bush died tomorrow, and Republicans dug up the corpse of Thomas Dewey and put it on the ballot, I'd vote Dewey.
Dewey? You bet we do. And if enough of us do, perhaps we can embarrass the Chicago Tribune again.