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No One Asked This One Yet

The speculation this week, at Slate and Sullivan and Reynolds, is that Kerry is the frontrunner simply because Democratic voters think he can win. “I’m voting for him because I think other people will vote for him.”

What happens to his support if today’s allegations prove even slightly true? A Dean-like implosion? Or do people shrug it off, since we’ve been through all this before already?

The latter seems less likely, since “intern fatigue” could be a very real issue for voters in the general election, and Democratic primary voters.