A veteran Missouri Democrat, used to the national stage, took on a low-profile role in the Democratic National Convention in Boston. And, he is not disclosing what path his career will take next. St. Louis Congressman Richard Gephardt says John Kerry has taken the first step toward introducing himself to the American people with his speech at the Democratic National Convention in Boston. Gephardt believes Kerry can beat President George W. Bush if he will open up to tell people who he is, what makes him tick, what motivates him. Gephardt says the Kerry campaign has not talked with him about a possible role in a Kerry Administration, adding that it shouldn’t. He says all focus needs to be on winning in November, not speculating about who would make up a cabinet.