Washington (CNN) – One year ago, Howard Dean, the former Democratic presidential contender and avatar of progressive sentiment, sat in a hotel lobby at the annual Netroots Nation conference in San Jose and held forth on Hillary Clinton's White House chances in 2016.
Dean made news.
Clinton "will not get a pass" in the 2016 Democratic primaries if she decides to run again, Dean said, an early warning shot from the left against the party establishment's anointed front-runner. Dean said he might make a repeat White House bid of his own, promising to agitate "other politicians" in the race on issues precious to liberals.
@Lynda, I agree. Early positioning on Dean's part. He would appeal to the more liberal base that she will have difficulty wooing without someone like him as a running mate.
Yes ... exactly.
Here's a News Flash for you, Klutch! The Dems obviously DO listen. Obamacare is basically a REPUBLICAN proposal. But of course, the Republicans don't want to hear THAT. So which party doesn't listen really... Klutch is a good name for you... your mouth moves, but little else...
All say, Hillary16.
Dinginaburra, it is Hillary16.