DEMOCRATS: Waggling Away

One of the main troubles with Democratic National Committee Chairman Paul Butler is that every time he opens his mouth he waggles his tongue, and every time he waggles his tongue he fans up a sirocco. Last week he did it again: in Washington, Butler invited a group of top reporters to a private dinner and began waggling. Items:

¶Massachusetts' John Kennedy, Butler made clear, is his Democratic presidential candidate. If Kennedy wins in the Wisconsin primary, Butler predicted, he should cop the nomination. But if he arrives in Los Angeles with...

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