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September 10, 2008

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carpetride

2012 : Will it be the mother-of-all historical moments...?

Will it really be 2 women (Clinton and Palin) who will be the main contenders???

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carpetride

2012 : Will it be the mother-of-all historical moments...?

Will it really be 2 women (Clinton and Palin) who will be the main contenders???

www.carpetride.wordpress.com

jess

I hope she does not accept. Infact, I am hoping that she finishes her senate term then get out of DC. You and I know, she will continue to get trashed by all sides. She should not be around people who hate her and are doing everything to deminish her reputation. She and Bill can make millions on the speaking tour. Enough is enough already. She can do more for people outside than inside. Let Pelosi and her despicable friends do whatever they want to do. God bless you, Sen. Clinton.

jmac

Just as Obama could not have a strong woman on his ticket, I feel he would not want a strong female majority leader. If (if, if, if) he were president and voicing an opinion consistent with Republicans (faith-based initiatives, perhaps social security) how would he handle a strong female leader from his party voicing an opposite opinion? He would not want her for majority leader.

carpetride

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Dhyana

Obama would never support anyone to unseat Reid or Pelosi. There are two possibilities right now.
1. Obama wins. The current Democratic leadership becomes stronger and marginalizes Senator Clinton more.
2. Obama loses. The current Democratic leadership loses all credibility and the rank and file demands new leadership.
Under scenario 1, Senator Clinton would need to leave the Democratic Party and build her own party. She can then run for president in 2012. This would be a very difficult undertaking, but she can do it.
Under scenario 2, she would do better not to take the senate leadership, but get ready to run in 2012.

We need to wait until November to see what happens.

PJ Kemp

I have signed the letter re Hillary as Senate Majority leader, BUT I want her to run for Govenor of NY. Anyone else feel that way?

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