Saturday, July 26, 2008

What if...?

Capital Hill Blue asks a very important question. "What if McCain's recent gains in the polls continue over the next few weeks and analysts consider this a trend?"


Unfortunately for readers, the post quickly disintegrades into drivel by opining that Hillary Clinton could never be the Democratic presidential nominee because of untold "obvious reasons."

Be that as it may, let's overlook the histrionics and play along with CHB.

When I ponder how each of all those mentioned as V.P. choices would effect the outcome of the election in light of the close polls I find I am reconsidering whether or not Hillary would be the best choice.

Would she be the only V.P. choice to make the difference in more than one or two swing states?

Would she be the most likely to convince enough independent women who are leaning Republican to vote Democratic?

Would she actually overcome the Obamaphobia among so many white blue collar Americans to make a difference?

Perhaps Hillary is the best choice.

Silly rabbit, time for your fresh bowl of sprouts sprinkled with a glob of truth. Every reason you state for Obama picking Hillary as his vice presidential candidate equally applies as urgently to superdelegates in picking Hillary at the top of the Democratic ticket.

And all that crap about Hillary's campaign going negative, forget about it. The first folks to impugn anybody's character were Jessie Jackson, Jr., Jim Clyburn and the rest of the gamy gang from Obamaland who repeatedly accused Bill and Hill or racism without one shred of evidence immediately after Obama lost in New Hampshire. Let's not rewrite history...

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