Saturday, January 31, 2004

Op-Ed Columnist: Electing the Electable: "Meanwhile, a bunch of Democratic insiders drafted Wesley Clark, who may have been a Republican and who didn't seem to have a single domestic policy idea in his head. But he did seem electable because he had worn a military uniform and thus could negate the Republicans' biggest electability advantage, national security. "

Great description by Brooks.

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