Terry McAuliffe, the outgoing DNC chair, contends that for the Democrats to be successful in 2008, they need to begin message testing in all 50 states now. Nothing epitomizes more the fundamental difference between Republicans and contemporary Democrats than that simple outlook. Devoid of a vision, McAuliffe chases after a slogan - any slogan, as long as it demonstrates some modicum of efficacy. McAuliffe's goal is an election victory. George Bush's goal is to transform the lives of Americans and the people of other countries for the better. McAuliffe's interst is the Democratic party. George Bush's interest is America.