by BBCWatcher, Sat Mar 15, 2008 at 04:17:31 PM EDT
by BBCWatcher, Wed Feb 27, 2008 at 11:29:17 PM EST
Almost half of partisan Democrats will, by definition, be at least slightly disappointed with the Party's ultimate choice of presidential nominee. Whichever candidate wins, there will be some healing required. I hope it's not too much: the stakes are incredibly high this election, and we must defeat John McCain. We all learned, starting only 8 years ago, the huge differences between the Democrat and the Republican, including thousands of lives lost unnecessarily.
So let's spend some time thinking about the positives in the other candidate. What do you like about the other candidate? What policy positions do you like? What personal characteristics do you find compelling?