Monday, September 19, 2005

A few years ago, a duo named Kerry/Edwards ran for president and vice president on the same ticket. After breaking up, the two are showing signs that they may once again share a microphone soon. Both recently outlined their plans for the post-Katrina hurricane relief efforts; Edwards, who currently works at a "think tank," proposed the well-thought-out ideas of increasing the minimum wage and reinstituting the WPA; Kerry had no substantive ideas to offer, instead choosing to second-guess the president's decisions while asking for campaign contributions from his largely disbanded supporters. Both men denied any interest in a 2008 run for the White House.

If this is the competition, Hillary has nothing to worry about.
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