Decontructing Kerry, Part II

Even more bizarre, or so it must have seemed to Senator Kerry, was the effect of the war, for which he voted.  The more successful our campaign in Iraq, the less his fellow Democrats liked him.  Had we lost the war, one assumes that the rank-and-file Democrats would have supported a warmonger candidate.  But as our victory became apparent, the Dems fled to the two candidates who opposed the war in the first place:  Dean and Clark.  That left the