According to Matt Drudge, Howard Dean continues his fabulously successful outreach to the faith-based community:
'They [the GOP] all behave the same. They all look the same. It's pretty much a white Christian party'...
I'll give Howard Dean another sixteen hours or so to enjoy his stay as DNC chair. I swear, it's as though he's trying to get kicked out.
DOWNDATE: Did I say sixteen hours?
Howard Dean is not the Democratic Party's spokesman, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, the latest party leader to distance himself from the outspoken chairman, said Tuesday. "I believe Governor Dean is a good chairman. He's doing a good job," Richardson, the head of the Democratic Governors' Association, told reporters at the start of a two-day visit to New Hampshire. "He's not the spokesman for the party. It's governors, it's senators, it's party leaders."
Under no circumstances should the chairman of the DNC be considered a spokesman for the party. (Incidentally, did Governor Richardson make a mistake by saying spokesman instead of spokesperson?)