Sen. John F. Kerry hit a low point when he gratuitously referred to the private life of Vice President Cheney's daughter. His campaign says she is "fair game." But she campaigns for her father as a loving daughter, nothing more. She does not campaign as a member of an interest group. The fact that the senator's running mate also raised the issue leads me to conclude that this was no passing reference.
Mr. Kerry decried how divided the country has become. But he was the one who crossed the line into unprovoked divisiveness by invoking a private family matter.
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