Should Howard Dean have sent me an e-mail tonight with that for a subject line?
Not very smart. Neither is this:
Agree or disagree with Russ Feingold's censure resolution, it is completely out of bounds to suggest that anyone demanding accountability is siding with terrorists. It is simply un-American to question the patriotism and loyalty of a Senator who wants the Congress to live up to its responsibility.Sounds to me like Dean is dogged with unconscious conflicts over the wisdom of Feingold's resolution.
But as to the "responsibility" that the Senate has, Dean doesn't seem to be in as much doubt. He takes it for granted that censuring this President is what the Senate ought to be doing.
If only he'd come out and say so.