For one night, it was like the Democratic Party had entered a parallel dimension, where John Kerry was an electrifying speaker and Bill Clinton and Barack Obama were members of a mutual admiration society.
The former president came through for Obama the way his wife had on Tuesday. But oddly, Clinton was upstaged by a near-dynamic John Kerry, joining Al Gore in the club of unsuccessful Democratic presidential candidates who seem to hit their stride after their defeat.
After two nights of consecutive Clinton speeches, Joe Biden had his work cut out for him to claim the spotlight. Read full article »