Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

November 1, 2004

by J

Spine Transplant Didn't Take?

This is unbelievable. Bob Kerrey advises the Kerry campaign "not to litigate" if it's close.

Truly, establishment Democrats are an appallingly spineless bunch.

I'm hoping that the Kerry camp isn't listening to such roll-over-beat-me-some-more-Karl "Democrats" and that Bob Kerrey gets nowhere near a Kerry cabinet. As Tom Tomorrow notes:
Lord. I've been hoping that Democrats are ready to fight hard, if tomorrow and the days following turn into some sort of repeat of 2000, so I really hope Bob Kerrey's opinion is not representative. I mean, can you imagine a Republican giving his party's candidate this advice? If there's any unpleasantness, just give up and let Kerry win. Sure.
Shakes head.
Posted by J at November 1, 2004 10:51 PM

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