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Democratic Nomination Race Heating Up
Friday, 2003 October 3 - 1:04 am
Who will the Democratic party presidential candidate be, and what will his chances be against President Bush?

The race for the Democratic nomination is starting to get interesting. Some of the minor players should probably think about quitting soon; to me, the battle falls to Howard Dean, John Edwards, and Wesley Clark. Each of them has particular strengths and weaknesses, which I'll be writing about in depth over the coming months.

The Democratic party has good reason to be energized right now. President Bush's popularity is falling to all-time lows, as the stagnant economy and the bungling of the Iraq situation continue to hurt him. Weapons of mass destruction seem to be as difficult to find as new jobs; yet for some reason, we're pouring hundreds of billions of dollars into Iraq and no-bid contracts to Halliburton. Who is benefiting from this mess? Bad news, Republicans: the more Bush makes a mess of things, the more the Democrats stand to gain in the coming election.
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