July 7, 2004

HUGH HEWITT doesn’t like John Edwards as much as I do.

UPDATE: Meanwhile, Charles Paul Freund observes:

Edwards is a smart and skilled politician who enjoys the good will of many independents and swing voters; the question is whether he can apply the attributes that gained him that good will in a campaign where he must play a more negative role, and where he will be the object of far greater scrutiny. Indeed, there were probably more serious questions raised about Edwards in the 24 hours after he became Kerry’s running mate than there were in the course of the winter primaries. Edwards’ media bubble is bursting, and we’re about to see whether that is bad news for him, or good.

Indeed.

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