Democrats Find Party In Middle of Messy Divorce (washingtonpost.com) Media Notes by Howard Kurtz. Today’s column visits the Gore-Lieberman war of words, which Kurtz says is “a debate about what the Democratic Party stands for, and how the next nominee should try to unseat Bush in two years.” I agree. I’m still wondering, however, why Lieberman is choosing this particular tactic at this particular time.
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