i was on his bandwagon early, even in the face of hillary and obama mania.
there were good reasons initially --
* his work on poverty, work that was more than a campaign slogan but an actual effort.
* the tone of his current campaign, which has stressed action and doing, rather than calculated talking.
and then he stuck behind his blogging team when the wingnut-driven storm blew up. the women eventually resigned, but edwards did stand behind them and refused to fire them.
and now, this...
in the wake of assinine comments about homosexuality by joint chiefs chair gen. peter pace, hillary and obama each refused to repudiate the sentiment behind the comments. the gutless wonders wouldn't say right off what should have been said.
edwards, though, said the right thing.
right now he's the sleeper candidate who, even though he announced first, lags behind obama and hillary in the polls. but polls now don't mean a thing. and while hillary and obama snipe at each other and play it safe to the point of seeming to lack conviction about anything but getting the nomination, edwards is out there saying what he means, standing for something, most all of it good.
a ticket of him with obama as the vice presidential nominee will be a formidable one against what looks to be a weak and pandering gop field.