John Kerry's campaign may seem a bit aimless and his positions somewhat unclear, but Kerry would like you to know something: He has a plan.
"I think it's important to show them you have a plan," Mr. Kerry said last week on his plane during a campaign swing in the West. "If you don't have a plan, I don't think people are going to have much confidence in you. But I have a plan. I have a specific plan about manufacturing jobs, a specific plan about how we're going to fight for a fair playing field, a specific plan about science, technology investment. A specific plan about health care.Well, that's a relief. There's no way that someone who didn't have a plan would say the word plan that many times. Unless that was the plan.
"I think you have to run an affirmative campaign, and I think you have to - I have to - show America that I have a plan for the country," Mr. Kerry said. "And I do have a plan. And that's what I'm doing."