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JOhn Dean comes through again with a spot-on analysis. What might the October suprise be this year??
A few nukes dropped on Iran perhaps?
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If Past Is Prologue, George Bush Is Becoming An Increasingly Dangerous President
By JOHN W. DEAN
Friday, Apr. 21, 2006
President George W. Bush's presidency is a disaster - one that's still unfolding. In a mid-2004 column, I argued that, at that point, Bush had already demonstrated that he possessed the least attractive and most troubling traits among those that political scientist
Mr. Dean is my kind of Republican. Honest and ethical.