http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tm...=/ap/20040727/ap_on_el_pr/cvn_wondering_why_2 Looks like there are some Democrats seriously questioning what Kerry is doing. I dont blame them. I have some questions about the strategy of the speakers chosen to speak at the convention. I can understand having Clinton speak. Maybe even Al Gore but alot of the speakers chose to speak add nothing to the convention and are just way out there. Teddy Kennedy for what. How is having him speak going to help Kerry? Is Kerry that worried about losing the massachusetts liberal vote? Seriously I would think he would have some of the Democrat governors and senators from some of the swing states, or some of the states Kerry would like to make swing states speaking. First one that comes to mind is Governor Rendell. I mean i hate the guy but he is the governor of Pennsylvania a major swing state that Kerry wants to win. I would think he would have him speaker just the local media would cover it more. President Bush is using the strategy well with having Arnold and McCain speak at the covention. But it seems foreign to Kerry. Kerry could have Governor McGreevy(sp?) of New Jersey speak or Congressman Gephardt of Missouri speak. Im just not seeing alot of strategy in those choices. What was he thinking putting Carter up there to complain about foriegn policy? Or having his wife speak? I mean you would think Kerry would take this more seriously.