Monday, April 28, 2003

Today on NPR

Cokie Roberts said:

But I think they are trying very hard to get some Democratic voice out there so that the voters see an alternative to the president and to the Republican Party. But the problem, of course, is there's so many of them that there will be lots of Democratic voices out there, and some of the strongest voices are likely to come from Al Sharpton, Howard Dean, people who are not necessarily in the mainstream of the American voting public, and that could be a problem for the Democrats.