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.
His bigger problem was, IMO, that he is associated as the loser when the Reps won control of the House in '94. His other problem was running an old school campaign in 2004. Running your campaign from 16 years ago didn't cut it.