John Locke Shouts Out JRE
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Don’t tell John Edwards that the crowded contest for the Democratic presidential nomination of 2008 is being dominated by Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
“I don’t think it’s true,” says Edwards, the Democratic vice presidential candidate of 2004, in an interview with The Examiner.
“If Hillary Clinton runs for president, she will be a significant factor in the nomination, there’s no question about that,” Edwards concedes over soft drinks in a bustling restaurant.
But then he adds: “I would say exactly the same thing about several other people.”Pros and Cons listed by different poll takers.
Interesting. I had a few lurkers looking for John Locke stuff today here. Maybe that is why.
Another blog picked up the Iowa is "cool towards Clinton" attitude, meaning Iowans aren't warm to HRC at this time. The author claims Hillary squandered her chance, but wondered aloud still if there could be "We are not ready for a woman Prez", as one Iowan was quoted. My response was this:
It’s not about a woman as a candidate for the Presidency; it is about HRC as a polarizing figure on both left and right. My own choice if he wants to run, is John R. Edwards, but not just because he is a man; it is because he has vision to lead us into a better citizenship-nation.
Tags: John Edwards, Presidental Race 2008, Benny's World