The Kerry retreat

Tony Blankley has a hilarious column on the retreat of John Kerry from New Hampshire to South Carolina: “The trouble with Kerry.”
Blankley writes: “I understood Nixon’s and Mr. Reagan’s southern strategies. I even understood father and son Bush’s South Carolina firewall strategy. But Mr. Kerry’s South Carolina strategy is nuts. (And he accuses President Bush of not being a good strategist.) I’ve been to South Carolina. In fact, I was there just a few weeks ago at a barbecue stand. There was a young man waiting for an order, dressed in full Confederate uniform. Inside, they were selling beautiful color tee shirts which portrayed General Robert E. Lee in battle uniform on his fierce white horse leading a magnificent confederate charge against the Yankee intruders. Down the road a piece from that stand was a restaurant named The Swamp Fox

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