A.C. Kleinheider makes the case. My own view is that the ideological transformation that would be required will make Ford look ridiculous and the party establishment’s opposition could prove fatal. But Kleinheider suggests that Ford run as an independent and makes this interesting counterintuitive argument:” Ford is so charismatic he got West Tennessee rednecks to believe that he, Harold Ford Jr., son of an inflammatory black congressman, was just a good ol’ boy who loved guns, God and huntin’. I have to believe that he can convince a more progressive electorate that he is one of them, too.”
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