Harold Ford Jr. Gets Dissed at Netroots Conference 

Memphis' former congressman, now head of the "centrist" Democratic Leadership Council, was politely received when he and opposite number Markos Moulitsas shared a stage in Denver. But that was before he ventured some praise of his erstwhile Fox News colleagues. After he…

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