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You won't have Richard Nixon to kick around anymore

Just kidding.

By the way, what should we make of this?

Dr. Dean said he "was unaware of making this decision" before announcing it. He explained that he often let choices "incubate unconsciously for a long time before I actually make a formal decision."
And Bush is supposed to be the dumb one? Do we really want a president who is "unaware" that he is making decisions?

(Actually, I think it's pretty clear that the answer is "no." But I suppose it's an interesting way to create plausible deniability: "Don't blame me; my subconscious did it when I wasn't paying attention.")


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