If Obama wins and Democrats gain greater control in Congress, it could happen.
But head of the Family Research Council said social conservatives’ enthusiasm for the Alaska governor may not be enough to win in ’08.
Fred Thompson and Sen. Joe Lieberman use the McCain story to draw sharp contrasts with the Democratic presidential nominee.
In his speech Thursday he must knit the party together – and reach out to independents.
He shuffles speaking slots in the shortened event to keep up with fast-moving developments.
Newly registered Democrats will offset any lag for Obama among traditional party voters, Plouffe and Axelrod said Thursday at a Monitor breakfast.