Democrats gather in Boston this week with a spring in their step but not quite a song in their heart. They have good reason to believe they can win back the White House this November. But their anticipation is based less on their confidence in their agenda than on the intensity of their anger at President Bush. They are the Anybody--Anything--But Bush Democrats. We aren`t disputing the power of this passion. Anger has won more than one election in U.S. history, and--especially in this age of polarization--intensity and turnout matter.
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