Adam Nagourney writes in todays New York Times that the Kerry campaign is not doing well, it is not focused, and disorganized. And, as has been clear and public for a couple of weeks, Democratic insiders are worrying. Donna Brazile: "George Bush has had three of the worst months of his presidency, but they are stuck and theyve got to move past this moment." I didnt know this: "In Ohio, the state that strategists for Mr. Kerry and Mr. Bush view as perhaps the most critical battleground, Mr. Kerry has yet to hire a state director or open a campaign office. His operation is relying so far on the work of committees working independent of the Kerry campaign."