Time for Dems to Cool the Bush Bashing


By Ciro Scotti

On Day One of the Democratic National Convention, the party of Kennedy (John) once again has a real shot at capturing the Presidency. But that opportunity so far seems to have little to do with the charisma of its nominee-to-be, as was the case in 1960. Nor is a third-party insurgency there to snatch votes from Republicans (despite what Ralph Nader says), as in 1992.


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