I hate to interrupt this conversation about a man who might actually become president, but I thought I’d check back in with the latest from the Constitution Party convention. Party founder and three-time presidential candidate Howard Phillips came out swinging against Alan Keyes in his speech, something it wasn’t clear he would do. The party’s current chairman, Jim Clymer, was more conciliatory. Keyes delivered a stemwinder of a speech as expected, and seems to have been fairly well received. Someone called Daniel Imperato gave a speech that was bizarre even by third-party standards. It looks like the CP has a fight on its hands.
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