And its Edwards unless Iraq, before the 4th of July, explodes or other issues push National Security completely to the forefront.
and I don't mean that I hope it's either Edwards or Clark - it's that I think NOW it's only Edwards or Clark.
Why do I say this? I think my thoughts crystalize from this WaPo article - http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A39156-2004Jun13_2.html
I think this line in particular makes me think that Kerry's folks see the VP choice as a defining Kerry moment as well -
"Devine said the campaign is developing a positive message around the concept of "making America stronger at home and respected in the world. The challenge is to infuse meaning into this" in the months ahead with specifics.
Devine said there will be at least three opportune moments to do this: when Kerry names his running mate, which a top aide said will happen the first or second week in July; at the convention a few weeks later; and during debates with Bush this fall. For now, Kerry is content raising money to wage a forceful campaign and spending millions of dollars on ads introducing himself as a candidate with the stature to run the country during wartime. Polls show Kerry's image has improved in many states in which his campaign spent heavily on biographical ads."
Well, there are only two possibles who DEFINE by their selection - Edwards and Clark.
Gep and the others are just the same old same old.