Sunday, March 28, 2004

Kerry Under Pressure for A Blueprint (washingtonpost.com): "Bill Clinton ran for president in 1992 as a New Democrat, and eight years later, George W. Bush ran as a compassionate conservative. But even after presumptively winning the Democratic nomination, Sen. John F. Kerry (Mass.) has yet to put a distinctive stamp on his candidacy, his party or the shape of a Kerry presidency. "

I could also say: "Sen. John F. Kerry (Mass.) has yet to put a distinctive stamp on his candidacy, his party, or the shape of a Kerry Senate seat." This is his key: equivocation. Somehow, he's survived 2 decades in politics without taking a position. Maybe this will be the election where he's finally pinned down. Somehow I doubt it.

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