Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Sen. John Kerry isn't running for President next year...

I should just say facetiously that perhaps this is a good thing. Perhaps that wasn't a good idea.

Anyway, FOX News reports that the 2004 Democratic nominee for President of the United States is reportedly not going to run for President in 2008. It seemed like he was going to try it again too. According to this report from

The Massachusetts senator will make his announcement on the Senate floor Wednesday and is taping a video message to e-mail supporters to thank them for their support.

Kerry decided "he could accomplish more for the country in the Senate than as a presidential candidate," the source said. The four-term senator is up for re-election in 2008 and will run for office again, according to a Democratic official who spoke on condition of anonymity.

The source close to Kerry said the senator chose not to enter the crowded presidential field so that he can re-dedicate himself to getting the United States out of Iraq.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank goodness. The man is a buffoon. He says in an email that he is going to "continue to fight" in the Senate.

Good for him. If he hadn't run a spineless campaign in 2004, he would have won.

How 'bout that Jim Webb guy? He's got a brawler's attitude that has some real appeal.

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