By Paul Gleiser | March 5, 2008 | Print This
With his sweep on Tuesday, Mar. 4, McCain secured the Republican nomination for president together with a clear edge on the still battling Democrats.
Alvin Felzenberg says this in today’s National Review Online.
“However the Democratic race comes out, McCain starts out with an edge. His nomination assured, he lost no time appealing to independents and those whom Ike used to call “discerning” Democrats. He promised two things the nation has not experienced since the glory days of Reagan: a 50-state campaign, and a president committed to serve all the people, including those who opposed his election.”