Bill Clinton spoke to the Democratic Leadership Council today. Although I havent yet seen the full speech, here is an AP report on it. Among other things, it is reported that he advises the Democratic Party to present a new unified message with national security and a revived economy as national priorities. Clinton said that it was the partys lack of clarity on these issues that led to the November losses. He is reported to have said: "When people feel uncertain, theyd rather have somebody thats strong and
wrong than somebody whos weak and right." He also said this: "We dont have to be more liberal, but we do have to be more relevant in a
These may be serious comments, Ill have to look at them in context.