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    Convention thoughts from Tom Webb


    Monday, July 26, 2004

    Speaker gets to 11 

    Another benefit of being a political swing state: more interesting morning speakers.

    On Tuesday, the DFL will hear from actor Rob Reiner, best known as the reliably liberal son-in-law Meathead from the 1970s TV classic "All In the Family."

    But Reiner is also fondly remembered for his role in the 1980s mockumentary, "This Is Spinal Tap."

    Imagine. A speaker that goes to 11.

    Also on Tuesday morning lineup: Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano, and Kerry for president spokewoman Mary Beth Cahill.







    Tom Webb

    Tom Webb is the Washington correspondent for the St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press. He can be reached at


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