It’s a bit surprising to see Chris Dodd, he of the strangely self-aware existential crisis, lashing out so late in a campaign he clearly has no shot at winning. (Not so long as Jesus is backing Huckabee, anyway.) After all, a little kindness now towards those who might actually wind up, you know, winning the presidency might make a race for Senate majority leader or his own legislative priorities easier down the road.
No, Dodd’s outburst shows extraordinarily poor and short-sighted judgement, which is just one of the many reasons it’s a good thing Chris Dodd will never be president. See how it all comes full circle?
Oh, and note to Roger Simon: These Dodd attacks aren’t new in either substance or rhetoric, it’s just that 95 percent of the time no one bothers to listen to Dodd anyway.
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