Originally posted by CajunManWonder if she will still run for Prez?
Nah. Why take a stab at doing anything when you can get paid a lot more for complaining about things?
One day, I'll probably vote for a woman to be president. One day I might even vote for a Republican. But neither of those people will ever be Sarah Palin. (For that matter, I wouldn't have voted for Hillary Clinton as president, either.)
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Originally posted by dMrI just think we should have a stab at electing people based on intelligence rather than whether they come across well on TV.
Both Richard Nixon and Jimmy Carter were very intelligent individuals.
I hated Richard Nixon but he did soem pretty astute things as President and if Watergate wasn't in there, he would likely be viewed as a great president for China, detente, and a lot of moderate progressive achievements.
Nah, I just wanted to try and put the argument in terms that might be more palatable to even the most hard core right winger. Nowadays as a liberal I believe not everything can be adequately described in a cost-benefit analysis.