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From The New York Times

As Democrats look ahead to the primaries in the biggest states on Feb. 5, The Times’s editorial board strongly recommends that they select Hillary Clinton as their nominee for the 2008 presidential election.

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  1. from what ive seen of what hillary clinton actually wants to do with this country as president…i would give her FOUR stars without hesitation. She is very reasonable and her steeliness is more of a strength than a weakness. this is coming from someone who used to hate her 2!

  2. Editorials are like assholes. Every newspaper has lots of them.

  3. ohthatcrazyLRon says:

    Amen, amen, amen. Watching those ‘publicans in their debate lick their chops at the prospect of facing Billary in the general election pretty much solidified the ‘is she electable’ question for me. Want 8 years of Mitt?, then by all means Vote Clinton.

  4. Anonymous says:

    yeah, but the next day they publish Caroline Kennedy’s powerful endorsement of of Obama entitled “A President like my Day,” Frank Rich them eviscerates Hillary’s electability in the same pages, while Herbert takes strong issue with the racist tone of Hill’s campaign in south carolina. Sounds to me like there is dissension in the ranks.

  5. Anonymous says:

    yeah, but the next day they publish Caroline Kennedy’s powerful endorsement of of Obama entitled “A President like my Dad,” Frank Rich them eviscerates Hillary’s electability in the same pages, while Herbert takes strong issue with the racist tone of Hill’s campaign in south carolina. Sounds to me like there is dissension in the ranks.

  6. Anonymous says:

    yeah, but the next day they publish Caroline Kennedy’s powerful endorsement of of Obama entitled “A President like my Dad,” Frank Rich them eviscerates Hillary’s electability in the same pages, while Herbert takes strong issue with the racist tone of Hill’s campaign in south carolina. Sounds to me like there is dissension in the ranks.

  7. Anonymous says:

    So…if Hillary wins the Dem nomination, you’ll be voting Republican?

  8. I’d be all about Obama if he didn’t insist on running to the right of every Democrat in the race. I want a candidate who will stand up for progressive values. Right now the only one doing that is John Edwards.

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