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August 16, 2005


Of course people want to work for a loser.

People are more willing to work free or cheap, and more willing to give money if they cannot work.

You act like the Dean campaign attracted support only because it attracted support. People were showing up in Vermont unannounced long before he became the frontrunner.

I agree its best not to be spread too thin, but there is a great psychological benefit to at least join the fight rather than forfeit.

Wow, are you a major league asshole.

I bet a month ago you were saying, "The Dean phenomenon isn't replicable". Now you are saying, "The Dean/Hackett phenomenon isn't replicable."

In a year, who knows how many candidates will be on your list of phenomenons that aren't replicable.

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