Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.), buoyed by important victories in the Democratic primaries in Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island, on Wednesday offered some words of warning to conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh, who had urged Republicans to vote for her as the presumptively easier Democrat to beat.
“Be careful what you wish for, Rush,” Clinton said on Fox News.
I hate to admit it but I think she may be right. To me she seems like the best candidate to put up against McCain. I know, she is mean, Bill is hurting her, people don't trust her. The thing that bothers me about her is this- she will talk about the issues.
Obama wants change, but what kind does he want. On most topics he says nothing. On the few he does talk about, he is about as far left as you can get. I think he would do a lot worse in a debate with McCain than Hillary would.
Don't get me wrong Hillary is a major lefty too, but she also knows how to "sound" like she is in the middle of the road. She has been running on her experience. For the most part I can't see any. But on lying, cheating, and stealing she is a pro. And that pretty much makes her a pro at campaigning.
Either way, I think it is going to be hard for McCain to win. I still will not vote for him. I still plan on writing someone in. If McCain wins he will have to do it without me.
No surprise McCain picked up Bush's endorsement yesterday:
President Bush endorsed Sen. John McCain for president on Wednesday, saying the presumptive Republican nominee has the "character, courage and perseverance" to lead the country.
Did this change your opinion about McCain any? All I thought was "one Rino to another". While it is true Bush did a good job on many fronts, he also holds left wing positions on others. I have been upset with Bush many times over his Presidency. I would probably be less thrilled after McCain's 7th year.