February 9, 2004

CHRIS SUELLENTROP writes on the Al Gore meltdown mentioned below:

Gore is still popular with the Democratic base, but after this speech, the question for the party’s nominee has to be, do you want this man to speak at the convention in Boston? Even if you like the sentiment behind this speech, if Gore delivers an address like this one in July, the historical analogy won’t be to the Democrats of 1976 or to the Republicans of 1994. Instead, the comparison will be to the disastrous Republican convention of 1992. The angry white male is back. Do the Democrats really want him?

But how do they stop him, without him unloading his ample free-floating wrath on them?

UPDATE: Ed Driscoll has a question for Al Gore.

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