Dean, no wilting flower (video)

On Meet the Press this weekend Tim Russert asked DNC chair Howard Dean about his mockery of Rush Limbaugh's drug addiction. Rather than the mealy-mouthed backpedaling that's been the seal of the Democratic party, Dean pulled a Galloway and took the opportunity to make his point (video here): "I will use whatever position I have in order to root out hypocrisy...we've got some pretty strong moral values in my party in contradiction to the Republicans...our moral values are that we don't think kids should go to bed hungry at night..." (video via Crooks & Liars)

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