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Saturday, January 28, 2006

Bush Picks Hillary?

It got only a sentence in the article, but it was at least the first sentence, so it wouldn't be missed. Bush referred to Hillary Clinton as 'formidable'.

Now, we all know that Hillary has some folks who seem to love her and the ground she walks on. But we also know she gets damned little respect from anybody outside of New York City. So why would Bush call her formidable? Could it be that the Dems are so desperate for a candidate that might win that they would alienate their own voters to push her? They should grow some balls and stand up to the Bush team more loudly and more publicly.

I suspect that it's a part of the Rove strategizing - start way early to plant ideas that will result in Repuke victories - like appearing to give some 'respect' to Hillary Clinton. This statement might make some foolish people believe that the GOP fears her as a candidate, and that she might stand a chance against a Republican candidate in '08. But I don't know anyone who thinks she's any more than a Bush war suck-up wannabe. Running Hillary Clinton would be dangerous to America - it's a sure loss, and a sure continuation of the GOP dictatorship-to-come agenda. The only surer way for the Dems to lose is to run Ralph Nader as a Democrat.

Everybody who wants to see Hillary run, step forward.

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