Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright hopes to use her hometown's hosting of the 2008 Democratic National Convention to, she says, begin to repair the United States' reputation abroad.
She says she'll start the process through a diplomatic organization she chairs, the National Democratic Institute, which expects to bring as many as 600 heads of state, prime ministers, ambassadors and [other assorted riff-raff] from 100 nations to the convention.
Albright: Welcome to Denver. Are you hungry? I'm hungry.