Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Kerry Urges More Aggressive Stance Against Bush

The Washington Post reports that John Kerry isn't entirely happy with Harry Reid's leadership., urging a more aggressive stance and "needed to set up what amounted to a perpetual campaign and needed a plan to prevent Bush from seizing the middle ground in the Social Security fight."

I've made a similar argument regarding Bush and Social Security here previously.

It isn't clear if this is really a feud:
David Wade, a Kerry spokesman, brushed off the incident saying that Kerry and Reid are very close. "Almost nothing would make John Kerry happier than to see Harry Reid become Senate majority leader," he said.


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