Saturday, February 12, 2005

More rumbles from the DNC implosion.

After praising Kerry for giving his failed presidential bid "everything he had," ex-DNC chairman Terry McAuliffe complained that his attacks on President Bush were too weak. The top Dem cited Kerry's acceptance speech at the Democratic convention as a prime example. "I think, to be honest with you, Kerry's speech was ridiculous," McAuliffe said. When he received the final approved draft of Kerry's convention speech, he recalled, "I just threw it in the air and said, 'Why don't we just say George Bush is a great guy?'" "Meanwhile," the outgoing chairman griped, "Republicans go to New York and spend four days ripping our face off and they go up 10 points in the polls."


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