Howard Dean is certainly free to oppose President Bush's policies, but I object to his spokesman's characterization of that opposition.

Dean spokesman Jay Carson said that while his candidate violently disagrees with Bush on most things, "He agrees with him that his younger days were his younger days - and he's going to leave it at that."
I don't think it's appropriate for any presidential candidate to "violently disagree" with the leader of our country. Although I'm sure the term was used figuratively, I think that Mr. Dean should rein in his people a little bit.



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