Thursday, March 11, 2010

Revisiting The 2004 Democratic Presidential Field | The New Republic

At the time, I was disappointed that Kerry prevailed. And it's certainly true that Kerry lacked the communications skills to be a presidential nominee. But compared to that field, he was a giant. He's the only candidate you can imagine actually serving as president without bringing about some enormous disaster. And he's handled himself pretty well since losing the race. Indeed, the only other 2004 candidate who's actually raised his stature among Democrats is Sharpton.
Revisiting The 2004 Democratic Presidential Field | The New Republic
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