. . . Wednesday March 3, 2004

Knowing When Not to Say When

John Kerry, Iowa, December 2003: “I’ve been in politics long enough to know when a campaign is basically over, when you’re just running through the motions. I really believe that hasn’t happened here. At every stop, voters — sometimes just one person — come up to me and say, ‘I was for this other guy, but now I’m for you.’ I feel I can still do this. If we do it right, I think we can surprise people and do well.”

Concentration is important!