Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Six Degrees of Brian Schweitzer

As you can see above, the Center for Constitutional Rights -- a group whose mission I wholeheartedly support (can't speak for Kevin)--doesn't like the policy toward terror suspects currently being expressed by Rumsfeld, who is currently employed by George W. Bush, whose senior advisor, Karl Rove, once said some disparaging things about Howard Dean, who likes Brian Schweitzer plenty.

I like this game. Particularly when it gets this site a mention on Booman Tribune's blogroll.

Seriously, folks, go over and check out the Center for Constitutional Rights. Not a Schweitzer-related issue necessarily, but a good cause that I as a constituent of the liberal blogosphere wholeheartedly endorse.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why Schweitzer?? Can someone tell me how beneficial is it for the Democrats to nominate a barely one-term governor from Montana who has to run for re-election in the year of 2008? Or he can abandon his re-election bid & run for president. But that would only make GOPers attack him of using the Governor's Office only as a launching pad to the White House.

And in this post-9/11 world, how beneficial is it supposed to be to nominate a barely one-term governor from Montana who has no or relatively little foreign policy & national security experience? Why Schweitzer? Someone just tell me. Anyone but why Schweitzer????

July 22, 2005 9:59 AM  

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