Commentary on the present and future of culture, politics, economics, and social values................... "At any given instant/All solids dissolve, no wheels revolve,/And facts have no endurance." W.H. Auden.

Tuesday, November 09, 2004


Defeat may have changed Senator Kerry. At least, he thinks so. His supporters and advisers report that he is now acitvated, longing to return to the Senate where he can lead the fight against the programs that President Bush plans to introduce.

If he manages to do this, it will be a conversion rivaling that of St. Paul on the road to Damascus! (Kerry, the former altar boy and wanna-be priest, will understand that allusion!). For his twenty-year career in the Senate, Kerry has been a do-nothing politician with no legislative record to speak of. In the two years he has been running for president he has scarcely entered the senate chamber at all.

What Geritol or vitaming concoction will he take suddenly to stir himself to action?

Forget it. Kerry will descend into oblivion as fast as his mentor, Michael Dukakis, did!

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