The outcome of the Democratic National Convention is already set: John Kerry’s going to get the party’s nomination. That makes the event a sort of long-form commercial for the candidate. There’s a high-tech effort to make sure all the delegates adhere to the campaign script. Each morning delegates will see a video-teleconference touting the day’s talking points. Iowa Democratic Party chairman Gordon Fischer isn’t sure how it’ll all work, but he says it’s part of the over-all convention plan. Fischer says this is a huge political moment because there are there are many people who haven’t gotten a feel for John Kerry.Republicans have organized a counter offensive, based in Boston, to try to get their spin in convention coverage.