Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 7, 1967 · Page 5
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fhufsday, D&e. 1, McCarihy f i5 Campaign Resembles Romantic Adventure By -JAMES MAKLoW AP News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) - At this point it looks like a kind of fomantic adventure. Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy of Minnesota hasn't declared himself a candidate for the presidency. Publicly he hasn't said lie's out to dump President Johnson. But he is going to run in several presidential primar- ies. It's hard to believe that McCarthy, a Johnson critic on Vietnam and other things, thihks he has a chance, if he does, for the presidential nomination at the Democratic convention next August. He is not a national figtife. He has bccti in Congress 18 years, 8 of them in the Senate, and his career there has hot been par- • fjcularly distinguished. Newsweek magazine said most of the senators consider him somewhat lazy. , And this week the Louis Harris poll among Democrats pic- I lured him as a 4—i underdog in ! afly nationwide primary election ' contest with Johnson. What (hen is his purpose in getting ih- t volved in the presidential pic- I lure? In announcing Nov. 30 he would enter the primaries, he indicated he would be satisfied if his campaign, built around. Vietnam, persuaded the Johnson administration to move toward a negotiated settlement in the next five or six months. j If that doesn't happen, he j said, "I think this challenge, would have ID go all the way to a challenge for the nomination 1 fof the presidency, it may not be me at that point, it might be someone else." it has been suggested—but this is highly questionable—that McCarthy is acting as a stalking horse for another Democrat, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy of New York, in the sense that McCarthy will take the public pulse and Kennedy can move in against Johnson if it seems jgotfd. 1 In his announcement McCarthy never mentioned Johnson by name but he blasted him this week at breakfast with reporters, saying Johnson was hot . as "good as president as he j could have been" and accusing ! Johnson of "using and eroding" government institutions and people. Now that McCarthy has start- ed down that road, he'll probably keep on. Discontent over Vietnam will be tne basis of his campaign but he has said he will expand it to include other issues. McCarthy, who taught at St. Thomas College in Minnesota, has been called an intellectual, a Word which is losing its meaning. 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