Mark Steyn writes:
"The Kerry campaign seems to be the political equivalent of what they call on Broadway a 'snob hit': the longer it is, the more boring it is and the worse time you have at it, the more you feel it must be good for you. To his numbed, buttock-shifting listeners, the great sonorous self-regarding orotund bromidic banality of Senator Kerry and his multitude of nuances is proof of how much more serious he - and therefore they - are. This is a profoundly un-American attitude and, from the so far bounce-less post-convention polls, it doesn't seem to be resonating with 'swing voters'."
The ultimate empty suit!