Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Paralysis by analysis has deep roots in the Harry Pelosi party.

I have no idea what to excerpt from this story, but it sounds an awful lot like the Onion story I posted here.

It does seem amazing that the biggest debate going on in the Democratic Party is how long to hide their agenda. Alright I've decided, here's a preview.

"By the time the election rolls around, people are going to know where Democrats stand," Reid said.

But many in the party have their doubts. On Feb. 27, Reid and Pelosi appeared before the Democratic Governors Association. At one point in the conversation, Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack, noting that the two leaders had talked about a variety of themes and ideas, asked for help. Could they reduce the message to just two or three core ideas that governors could echo in the states?

According to multiple accounts from those in the room, Reid said they had narrowed the list to six and proceeded to talk about them. Pelosi then offered her six -- not all the same as Reid's. Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski said later: "One of the other governors said 'What do you think?' and I said 'You know what I think? I don't think we have a message.' "

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