posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 04:16 AM
Originally posted by Andrew E. Wiggin
Wouldnt McCain/Romney be another Kerry/Edwards where the majority of the party loves Romney - but despises McCain?
You're wrong on just about every aspect of this analysis. The majority of the party did not love Edwards -that's why Kerry won. And likewise, the
majority of the party does not love Romney. Otherwise he would have beaten McCain.
Kerry/Edwards lost to Bush/McCain because Kerry won the nomination by leaning hard left in the primaries, then trying to move center for the general
election. He was immediately discredited as a "flip flopper" who couldn't be trusted. His core supporters were no longer inspired because they
lost faith that he was going to do what he promised.
i guess that means Obama can start packing his bags for the white house
Funny, but right now it's looking like Obama is following in the footsteps of his mentor, John Kerry. I am having trouble understanding how the
Democrats didn't learn from Kerry's mistakes in 2004 and why Obama believes his move to the center isn't going to ruin his credibility among his