Howard Dean goes on Fox and talked about it's bias and the importance of his appearance on the channel after Obama got a lot of flack about it. Read about it in the Huffington Post.
Dean stated that the use of Sen. Barack Obama's former pastor Jeremiah Wright in GOP ads in local races is "race baiting."
"When you start bringing up things that have nothing to do with the candidate and nothing to do with the issues, that's race baiting," Dean said on Fox News Sunday in response to a question whether the Wright issue and his ties to Obama hurt Democrats down ticket.
"There's a lot of difference between the Republicans and the Democrats on issues, but the biggest issue of all is we don't use this kind of stuff. We never have used this kind of stuff, and we're not going to start now," said the DNC chairman. "America is more important than the Republican Party, and that's the lesson that the voters are about to teach the Republicans."