Friday, February 02, 2007

Is Hillary Clinton "Electable?"

Since 2001, the Republicans have been running this country as if they were determined to give the 2008 election to the Democrats, by a landslide.

The public opinion polls reflect the Republicans' resounding success in achieving this apparent objective. The Intrade betting site also reflects their success.

The Democrats have been managing their politics superbly as evidenced by their unexpected win of control of the Senate in 2006.

Hillary Clinton has also been doing an outstanding job. She was elected to the Senate in 2000 and reelected by a sizable majority in 2006.

In her work in the Senate, she has won the admiration of her political opponents.

To sum up, the Republicans have done a terrible job of governing and the Democrats (especially Hillary Clinton) have done a superb job of politicking.

On the basis of all this, any unbiased observer would reach the conclusion that Clinton will be elected the next President.

The complaining about Hillary Clinton's lack of "electability" must come not from from realities but from unresolved issues of the complainers.


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