Dean Postpones 2008 DNC Decision

First, it was after the election. Then, it was “early December.” Now, with the revelation that a Denver union will not go along with the no-strike pledge, Howard Dean is saying that he will not make a decision on the location of the 2008 Democratic National Convention until after the holidays.

Why does this sound like a way to give New York’s rival a chance to clean up its house before it receives any visitors?

Matthew Schuerman

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