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Sunday, September 05, 2004

The New York Times > Washington > Campaign 2004 > Democratic Strategies: Democrats Urge Kerry to Turn Up Intensity of Campaign: "'He's got to become more engaged,'' said Harold Ickes, a former political lieutenant to President Bill Clinton who is now running an independent Democratic organization that has spent millions of dollars on advertisements attacking President Bush. 'Kerry is by nature a cautious politician, but he's got to throw caution to the wind.'"
Hey!! Foul! What happened to the independence of the 570's from the party campaign? How come Ickes gets a pass on advising the Kerry campaign? Do you think that a Swifty could get a way with advice to Bush. The Democratic 570's are a revolving door of former DNC and Clintonistas, and the NYT says nothing, but they moved heaven and earth to try to find the sinister hand of George Bush involved in the Swift Boat ads. Do you still wonder who is carrying water for Kerry?
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