Meet Ohio’s Bush Democrats

Can a presidential candidate be more or less unlikable and still be elected president? Can a successful campaign be based primarily on hatred of the opposition? In large parts of the country, the answer is obviously “yes.” Among large numbers of traditional Democrats in Ohio, however, the answer was “no.” Dennis Roddy’s article for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette tracked down and interviewed a few of them: “In Ohio, voters talk of Kerry’s inability to connect.” (Courtesy of Lucianne.)


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