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May 18, 2005

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The point is that Dean was running for president at the time.

His Osama argument was based on the idea that, as commander-in-chief, he is held to a higher standard of judgement than a private citizen. Supposedly Dean's opinion would have some bearing on due process.

As Chairman of the Dem's, Dean can spout of any which way he wants. He isn't a law enforcement of officer.

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