Sep 28 2007

America Is Done With Bushton and Clintush

Published by at 11:49 am under 2008 Elections,All General Discussions

Why will Hillary lose if she is the democratic nominee for President in 2008? The answer is so obvious most people miss it:

orty percent of Americans have never lived when there wasn’t a Bush or a Clinton in the White House. Anyone got a problem with that?

With Hillary Rodham Clinton hoping to tack another four or eight “Clinton” years on to the Bush-Clinton-Bush presidential pattern that already has held sway for two decades, talk of Bush-Clinton fatigue is increasingly cropping up in the national political debate.

No way. We all have had enough of the Hatfield-McCoy like feud that has polarized politics to the ludicrous extremes. The GOP could nominate someone too far right, like Tancredo, and let her slip in. But if it is one of the more moderate candidates like Guiliani, Romney or McCain I am fairly positive we have had enough of the Bushton-Clintush wars.

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “America Is Done With Bushton and Clintush”

  1. Mike M. says:

    I think Thompson is more likely…but your point is correct. People are fed up with dynastic politics.

  2. HUckabee is not that far right

  3. kathie says:

    I think Fred, if he can get his act together, is the best because he is so disarming. He makes Hillary look positively ugly in her rhetoric.

  4. Soothsayer says:

    Huckabee and Thompson are un-electable. Ditto Rudy and McCain. Romney is the only Republican with a chance in hell of getting elected in ’08.

  5. AJStrata says:


    I will be laughing my head off when Rudy is sworn in after beating Hillary in Jan 09!

  6. Terrye says:

    I think people are tired of the constant fighting. In fact I think that is why so many people are apathetic, they just do not want to hear it.

    I would vote for Thompson if he got the nomination, but I don’t think he is the best choice for the same reasons mentioned above.

    The right is all set to hate Thompson and no matter how folksy he is they will do the same thing to him they did to Bush and if it turns out that he is not as conservative as some people on the right think he should be, they will go after him too.

    A guy like Rudy is more his own man I think.

    One thing about Romney, he is smart and he is a good manager and he is from the Northeast. Republicans need to start running people from that part of the country again.