Sunday, March 28, 2004

John Kerry - Nothing

The Washington Post complains that John Kerry emerged as the Democratic nominee as a "generic Democrat." He has espoused no vision. He has set no agenda.

To do something like that would require an act of political courage that he has avoided throughout his career.

"My greatest worry about the Kerry candidacy is that the competence and confidence it's demonstrated early on in rapid reaction to news of the day will come at the expense of an organized and systematic effort to tell the American people what John Kerry would do as president of the United States," said William Galston, a University of Maryland professor and former Clinton domestic adviser. "By the end of the campaign, if people can't spontaneously name two or three things that are big things that he would do differently, then I think the campaign will not have succeeded in getting across the whole message."


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