Trippi, McMahon &
Standing up for what's right even when it's not popular, that's the test
of a true leader.
When George Bush was riding high in the polls and other Democrats were silent, Howard Dean spoke out to oppose the war and Bush's economic policies.
That's why Jimmy Carter called Howard Dean "courageous."
Saying the politically popular thing is easy, but is that really what America needs now?
Howard Dean: I'm Howard Dean, and I approve this message because it's time to take our country back.
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