Zap Branigan wrote:
Hillary does not stand a chance of winning ever.
Seriously it is like the Dems are not even trying.
She is the only high profile Dem out there with enough sense not to put her foot in her mouth every 2 seconds.
It will be fascinating to see who the Dems put up in 2008.
Do you think Obama is too young to run at this point? I have heard rumors that Kerry could even try again or perhaps Edwards. Who is the current GOP frontrunner I always hear McCain and Guiliani, are there any star governors considering running?
Obama just doesn’t seem to have the experience yet on the national level.
I think Kerry or Edwards would be a mistake. Are there any good Democratic governors out there that could win the nomination? I live in the PA capitol region and I have heard talk of Rendell but I am not sure I believe it.
I think McCain is too old and he has put his foot in his mouth too many times to win the nomination.
Guiliani is great but I don’t think he is conservative enough to rally the base. He is also an unattractive man. It is a shame.
What about Mitt Romney? While he may not be conservative enough for some of the base he has the look and is incredibly well spoken. That counts.
I would much rather see a successful governor get elected rather than a senator. Senators really don’t have to get things done in the same way governors and presidents do.