John Kerry's "handlers" have been keeping him away from the Press, as they scramble to compose a response to Kerry's hopelessly irreconcilable accounts of his 1968 "Christmas in Cambodia."
What the Kerry Campaign needs is a slam-dunk one-liner, that will put an abrupt end to all the dogged questions that mainstream media reporters haven't gotten around to asking, but some day may.
I think I have the nuanced answer that will extricate the Candidate from this predicament. How's this:
"I actually did cross into Cambodia . . . before I crossed back."