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Howard Dean and the DNC

By Remy Benoit

The core of our system of government, of our Constitution, is the Balance of Power between the Congress, the Executive, and the Judiciary.

While the Founding Fathers were not thrilled with the idea of political parties as they feared, and rightly so, that local, "pork barrel" interests would become too strong, the balance of power between the major parties is also part of the necessary functioning of the country and our government.

As newly elected Head of the Democratic National Committe, Howard Dean is calling on Democrats for their input into what that party should mean, should be, should represent. If you have ideas to share The Democratic Party.

Hey, when was the last time YOU were asked for input on politics? Whatever your positions, here is a chance to make them clear to your elected officials.

If you have something you would like to say to the Republican National Committee G.O.P. Republican National Committee.

Balance in all of life is essential for its even flow.


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