Friday, May 27, 2005

Hillary is in the air...

Can you smell it? Spring is springing into summer. It's 80 degrees here in Philadelphia. Memorial Day Weekend is beginning and the sun is shining. And less than 6 months into term 2 of Bush 2, I'm thinking about the next Presidential election. Seems I'm not the only one.

So here's my round-up. Start with The Nation's Hillary article. Greg Sargent does a nice job of putting the moderate, junior Seantor from NY into perspective. Doesn't necassarily help me decide if I want her to be the nominee in '08 - but still a good article.

Then go visit dailyKos for some poll results showing that Ms. Clinton's got somehting more than a chance to get elected if she is the nominee. I also recommend the Kossacks' discussion, which shows how the liberals and progressives are going back and forth and back and forth on Hillary.

And we end with Arianna Huffington's post which takes Clinton to task for having no ability articulate her ideas on foreign policy. Complete with sarcasm and a litmus test. That's tough!

For bonus potins you can read the New Yorker's long profile on McCain, which apparently has the media darling beating Hillary in a hypothetical head-to-head (not available online).

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