The Election’s Over, Or Is It?

John Kerry is apparently waiting for Dan Rather to break the story that the 2004 election is over. Captian Ed reports on some new legislation that Kerry is working on-

Kerry now has to do the things he failed to do before his last run. He needs to prove that he didn’t spend 20 years in the Senate doing little except for primping himself for his eventual presidential run. If he runs again, he has to have some legislative accomplishments, or the dilettante label will come out again in force for the 2008 campaign. And after leaving millions of dollars in the bank at the end of his campaign, instead of spening it in Ohio where he could have possibly made a difference or helping some Democrats win key Senate seats, he’s suddenly the Party Man and sharing with others. The most high-profile Senate race in 2006 will be in New York, which is why Kerry has to be seen as supportive to his likely primary challenger in 2008.

Kerry has done everything but make an official announcement to show that he intends on forcing the Democrats to relive 2004, only this time he won’t have the luxury of riding on Bush-hatred to keep his polling numbers up. The truth is that Kerry is a dreadful candidate — no record to speak of, a pretentious speaker, with clumsy political skills that would have killed his career anywhere else but in Massachusetts. Even the Democrats know this. As long as his money holds out and the e-mail list remains fresh, they’ll give him some respect as a party leader. Anyone who thinks they’ll trust him with another national campaign has spent too much time breathing the exhaust fumes of Kerry’s private jet.

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