It seems to me that Ross Douthat is on to something here: The Democrats are missing an opportunity to build a lead early by exploiting their substantial fundraising advantage over John McCain. Instead they are too busy fighting each other, with a nomination contest that may well go on until the convention. If the campaign continues to get negative and nasty, the Democrats may lose one other advantage: The eventual nominee may become as unpopular with the segments of the party’s base that backed the loser as McCain is with some segments of the Republican base.
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