DEMOCRATIC PARTY Al Gore well prepared for 2008
By WAYNE MADSENwww.onlinejournal.comMiami HeraldMay 19, 2006
The man served two terms as vice president under a popular president. He then lost the presidency in a razor-thin election. After eight years, he repackaged himself and won the race for the White House and was reelected in a major landslide.
The man was Richard Nixon. What he did in 1968, Al Gore could repeat in 2008. Like Nixon, Gore faces a nation divided by an unpopular war. And like Nixon, Gore could transform anti-war anger and general public malaise into votes. Moreover, Democrats, moderate Republicans and independents are eager for a change, and Gore could emerge as a central agent for change in 2008..... more