Howard Dean: The Goldberg variation?

George Will devotes his Sunday column to a timely consideration of Howard Dean. Will’s column was evidently written before we had Dean’s musings on Osama bin Laden to chew on, although they would only add evidence to support his thesis. Will postulates a certain similarity between Arthur Goldberg and Howard Dean. I don’t know about that — it seems a little unfair to Arthur Goldberg — but it’s an interesting column: “Tough pill for the Democrats to swallow.” (Courtesy of RealClearPolitics.)

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