A Silver Lining

Before the election, the conventional wisdom was that Howard Dean would be out as DNC Chairman soon after it was over. Now, given the Democrats’ success, it’s hard to see how the party can get rid of Dean, notwithstanding calls from James Carville and others that he be replaced. That’s good for the Republicans; Dean’s mouth is sure to get him in trouble more than once over the next two years, and he is a living reminder of the fecklessness of the 2004 Democrats that helped return George W. to the White House.

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