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Gore is not Running

Apparently Gore announced in a (taped) interview for 60 Minutes that he will not run in 2004, or "this time around." Maybe Masugi’s cryptic comment below can be explained in this way: he is hoping for an inconclusive primary season, and then get the Demo convention to ask him to carry the flag. Although anything is possible (a Nixon-like comeback?), yet, I don’t think so. I think he tested the waters and decided that he couldn’t warm it up. After all, the more TV appearances he made, the fewer books he sold. He took this to mean something. And it does. Now we shall see if Senator Lieberman is man enough to run as a moderate. I think this will make primary season (and Spring training) very interesting.

In the meantime, Clinton--speaking in Rotterdam--said "We drew up plans to destroy the reactor," and he told
Pyongyang the facility would be attacked unless it were frozen. Don’t you just love politics? Why would anyone want to study physics?

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