Friday, December 10, 2004

NY Time's Fantasy

Reading Fantasy Politics over at The New York Times is like a preview of "welcome to my nightmare." A nightmare featuring a 2008 inauguaration of Hillary Clinton as president of the United States of America.

Could she really cast aside the baggage from years in the spotlight to become not merely the first senator since John F. Kennedy - or the first Northeasterner of any party since Mr. Kennedy - to be elected to the White House, but America's first woman president?
Think it can't happen?? Think again.

For many Democrats, certainly, she is the only personality, the only larger-than-life figure in the party with the drive, the ambition and the name recognition that might be able to lead the party out of the wilderness of political defeat.
Can she get the nomination? The Times reports:

In a Gallup poll taken in November after the election, 25 percent of respondents chose her as their preferred Democratic candidate; John Kerry came in second at 15 percent.
Welcome to my nightmare.

Cross posted at Something... and Half of Something.

5 Comments:

Blogger MiamiFFDan said...

Linda I love ya

8:57 AM  
Blogger MiamiFFDan said...

Chevy Chase lost his mind on drugs. What a jerk... he blames Mr. Bush for a jihad, where was chevy the 8 years Slick Wilie allowed America to be attacked at least 10 times? Was Chevy stoned on 9-11-01 ? I am tired of these spoiled Hollwood brats speaking out for main stream Americans.

GOD bless America
NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
WWW.thetruthaboutiraq.org

10:37 AM  
Blogger MiamiFFDan said...

The Clintons are evil

GOD Bless America
NEVER FORGET 9-11-01

3:52 PM  
Blogger MiamiFFDan said...

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO AL

GOD bless

1:55 PM  
Blogger MiamiFFDan said...

>
> "Those who doubted whether Iraq or the world would be better off
> without Saddam Hussein, and those who believe today that we are not
> safer with his capture, don't have the judgment to be President or
> the credibility to be elected President."
> - John Kerry
>
>
> "Today marks a tragic milestone in the war in Iraq ... America's
> sons and daughters have now given their lives on behalf of their
> country, on behalf of freedom, the war on terror."
> - John Kerry
>
>
> "I think Iraq is the most serious and imminent threat
> to our country."
> - John Edwards
>
>
> "I'd like to see our troops dispersed through the world
> only at the directive of the United Nations."
> - John Kerry
>
>
> "I wish they had a delete button on LexisNexis."
> - John Kerry
>
>
> John Kerry's Book: "The New Soldier"
> http://johnkerrythenewsoldier.blogspot.com

6:42 PM  

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