"It's going to be a hard November for Democrats," Howard Dean, the Democratic Party chairman in the 2006 and 2008 elections when the party took control of the White House and Congress, told The Associated Press in an interview. "Our base is demoralized."
People are going to see Joan Jett and the Blackhearts play at the Dakota Magic Casino tonight near Hankinson, N.D., to hear the hits, not wonder what it’s like to have Kristen Stewart of the movie “Twilight” playing her in a new film.
Several advocates for a government-run “public option” insurance plan as part of health care reform legislation challenged Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D., at a public forum here Tuesday, but the architect of the co-op alternative to public option stood firm.
Suddenly, Sen. Kent Conrad’s co-op model for health care reform has taken center stage. But is it the answer, the compromise key to achieving some degree of health care reform? Or is it “a great mistake,” as former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean has said, a retreat from meaningful reform that includes a “public option” for coverage?
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