I haven't mentioned Howard Dean before on my blog, but he's hard to miss here in cyberspace. His presidential campaign even has its own blog. The latest blog entry talks about the idea that ideas might matter in the 2004 campaign.
I'd like to think that. I'd like to think that people are going to think about what's going on now and think about what they'd like to change.
Dean is intriguing. I tend to like the debate format for getting at differences between candidates, so I'll be looking for that as the convention approaches.
Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (59%)
Graham, Senator Bob, FL - Democrat (55%)
Libertarian Candidate (40%)
Bush, George W. - US President (20%)
Phillips, Howard - Constitution (3%)
LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (0%)
I think Kucinich is at the top because he's all over the place. I noticed that friends who took the test all ended up with him at or near the top. Yet people have trouble agreeing with a lot of what he said.
Check out the test and see what you think.
Meanwhile, in other "Bush-out" news, Moveon.org continues with their campaign to raise enough money to advertise more on investigating the decision-making of Bush, and the missteps of his presidency.