The God's honest truth

Friday, February 09, 2007
From John at powerline :

The current crop of candidates is not perfect; what crop ever was? But they are strong leaders of extraordinary ability. And Giuliani, McCain and Romney are united on the key issue of our time, victory in the war against Islamic extremism. If a purer conservative wants to get into the race, fine, and I might well back him. (And, no, I'm not talking about Mike Huckabee or Sam Brownback.) But conservatives need to get over any fantasies they may harbor about the Gingrich administration that never will be and the Reagan administration that never was, and get on with the business of electing the best possible--and I do mean "possible"--candidate in 2008.

Why is this so hard for some folks to understand?

1 comments:

David Thomson said...

"But conservatives need to get over any fantasies they may harbor about the Gingrich administration..."

I might have a better chance of humiliating Shaq O'Neal on the basketball court than Newt Gingrich has of becoming our next president. No, the most competitive candidate is Rudy Giuliani. The former mayor of New York along with Joe Lieberman as his running mate would likely defeat her by a good ten percentage points.