A random journal about local politics, baseball and whatever comes to mind.
I do guarentee she will not be next Pres. That's beyond predictions.
I thought you would like that one. Who knows what's going to happen in 2008. Democratic frontrunners have a history of faltering. She's not my first choice but if she wins the nomination I will back her. On the other side it's McCain's turn. He's kissing up to those who opposed him in 2000 such as Falwell and the rest of the "nuts." Karl Rove's term. I wouldn't put it past him to make a deal to put Jeb on the ticket to get Dubya's support.
Barring a major disaster Hillary will be the nominee in '08--back up candidates include Edwards and my old favorite(please run!) Al Gore. Unless fortunes turn for the GOP by '08, it would be foolish to put another Bush on a national ticket--and I believe M'Cain knows this to be true. Look for Giuliani to be possible pick for VP; he may be at odds with the Christian right--but they may hold their nose on this pick (no pun intended) if they see it as their only way to victory in the Fall. The GOP VP choice will highly depend on the Democratic nominee. IF Giuliani is the VP--the GOP would have a good chance of offsetting some smaller red states with a possible NY win. Stay tuned and good luck AMerica!!
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