Comments: Dean in Austin Again

I was there. You know, everytime I hear Dean speak, not only is it motivating, but what he talks about is just common sense. Plain talk, common sense message. Health insurance, funding education, jobs. Really, its not so hard...

Posted by Xerixes at August 23, 2004 08:01 AM

photos from the event:

Posted by trei at August 23, 2004 10:02 AM

I didn't support him in the primary, but he did a great job in Cleveland a couple of weeks ago. He did his scream speech, and folks were going crazy in applause.

Very good speech. He talked about the successes of Ralph Reed and Karl Rove and how it took 20 years to get to the top. Hopefully at 45, I'll see the Democratic dominance all over the country.

Posted by pc at August 23, 2004 10:25 AM

Wished I could have gone but I am also moving and I couldn't justify the time of the drive down there. Good guy. Love 'im!

By the way, since this is as good a place as any to reach Dallas County Democrats...

Lorraine Raggio (a Deaniac from Way Back) is running for Judge in the 162nd Civil District Court in Dallas County. If you live in Dallas County, you can - and you should - vote for her. She'll be further down the ballot from the top of the ticket, but she and all of the other great Democrats running this fall deserve our support.

Find out why, in her own words, she is uncommonly qualified to serve on the bench. Click:

After viewing it, spread the word and forward the link around to your friends and family. It is not enough to vote for the top of the ticket this year. We need to sweep the whole county with good Democrats like Lorraine. And with email, blogs and web sites, the grassroots has already proven it can stir up new support and dollars for these good candidates.

Please check out her campaign video at


Posted by Tony in Dallas at August 23, 2004 10:54 AM
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