Re: Why Europe is so Contrary

From: Grant Callaghan (
Date: Thu 28 Nov 2002 - 04:11:07 GMT

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    >>What the Democrats had better start worrying about is the fact that the
    >>party has no leadership right now. They only have two years to get their
    >>act together and produce a leader. Gore doesn't even believe in himself
    >>right now and while Joe Biden looks statesman-like, he hasn't shown
    >>himself as someone who can lead the whole country. I can't think of a
    >>single Democrat who seems capable of doing the job. Nobody is producing
    >>the issues that will overturn the Bush administration except Bush himself.
    >> Wno will take that ball and run with it? Nobody of the Democratic
    >>persuasion seems positioned to step in and lead the cheering crowds to
    >>victory. Nobody.
    >I think they should get Steve Jobs to run for President. Or me, except I'm
    >not 30 yet.

    Not only that but you seem to lack a national reputation. Steve Jobs couldn't even win an election in his own company against a Pepsi Cola executive.

    Two years isn't much time in this day and age to put together a team of people to get the job done. Who will stand up in front of the business leaders of the country and convince them to invest in a new president? Someone has to raise 40 to 50 million dollars and convince the best talent in the democratic party to follow them. Gore may be forced to run on the lesser-of-two-evils ticket simply because no one else is stepping forward.


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