Kerry supporters can be the loyal opposition
WITH ALL the talk of reuniting the country, it is important for those who supported Jerry Kerry to not mindlessly comply. Democrats must not forget the hopes that were invested in John Kerry, and they cannot let those hopes die after a disappointing election. If the Bush administration fails to address Democratic concerns, it is vital that the party stand its ground, and vocalize the beliefs of nearly half of America. Better is a divided country with a questioning populace than a united country where the government faces no opposition from the people.