Why We Want To Meet The Missus

One nice thing about Howard Dean is that he does what journalists tell him to do. The New Republic wrote that he was too secular, and he immediately found religion. In the past week reporters and pundits have started raising eyebrows about the near total absence of his wife, Dr. Judith Steinberg Dean, in the primaries. She has probably been the most absent spouse in the history of presidential campaigns. And he would probably like to change that. But it's not up to him, is it?

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