At least, beneath the network, there was a viable, important product with Dean.
Time will tell whether it was a youth movement or not, though. There did seem to be an awful lot of impressive talent on the team, but there was also an element of faddishness and angst that worried me. And the softness of his support at crunchtime speaks volumes about the 'power of the young'.
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January 23, 2004 10:32 PM
I think ultimately Dean for president movement was far more about being anti-Bush and the internet then was about Dean himself. There was a demand for anti-Bush and Dean filled it, and there was potential to use the internet for politics and Dean filled it. Its far to early to write his obituary of course, but now ever Democrat still in contention is angling to fill those needs, and Dean struggles to maintain his lead his early positioning got him. Now the gaps are filled and its all about who is the best candidate. So far Dean seems to suffer in that contest, but who knows, NH will tell us more....
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