The Commie News Network is reporting that Kerry will return to the Senate as a strong democrat leader.
Like many presidential candidates before him, John Kerry must now decide what to do with the rest of his political life.
While he relaxed at his Boston home on Friday, elsewhere friends, colleagues and presidential historians said they didn't see the Democrat fading into political obscurity like the last Massachusetts politician who ran and lost, Michael Dukakis in 1988.
Instead, they said he would probably take the road less traveled by recent senators who tried and failed to take the White House, and remain a strong voice in Congress on issues he cared about.
The problem with this is that had he been a strong voice at any time, on any issue, during his 20 years in Congress, he may well be president-elect now. To suggest he will remain a strong voice is, well, just pointing out how futile the Democrat party has become over the last 20 years.
As they say, Ok, then. . . .