A Lack of Leadership?
Posted on Apr 1, 2008
The Political Wire’s Taegan Goddard argues that Howard Dean and Harry Reid’s big idea for settling the Democratic nomination should have Democrats worried about a lack of leadership in their party. Reid and Dean both have called for superdelegates to make a decision by early July—a little under two months before the convention in Denver.
If that’s it, Democrats should be worried about the lack of leadership in their party. In fact, a ... piece in Wednesday’s New York Times suggests “Democratic insiders” are worried that Dean doesn’t have the clout to successfully navigate a peaceful end to the primary race.
With Al Gore staying on the sidelines, it’s clear there are no power brokers left in the Democratic party.
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