The Eternal Optimist

Bacon Jr., Perry
March 2005
Time;3/28/2005, Vol. 165 Issue 13, p34
Reports that failed 2204 presidential candidate John Kerry is on the road again looking like a candidate for 2008. Set up of a political action committee to finance his travel around the country to give speeches and headline fun raisers for other Democrats; E-mailings to his 3 million supporters to promote causes he championed as a candidate; Donation by Kerry of the $14 million left over from his campaign fund to the national party; New fervor in the Senate where he is very visible on Capitol Hill and pushing legislation for favorite causes; Likelihood the party will give him a second chance to run which is next to none if Hillary Clinton decides to pursue the office.


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