Thursday, May 08, 2008

Exit strategy....

So exactly how does Hillary Rodham Clinton bow out of the Democratic presidential primary contest without looking like a loser?

That's the big question for the Clinton campaign these days. They know its over, and now they're looking for a way for her to go out "on top."

Here's an idea that I think might prove both benefical to the party as well as Clinton. She makes a deal with the Democratic National Committee to allow the Florida and Michigan delegations to be seated at the convention -- and she gets to announce it because "it's the fair thing to do." However, in the spirit of fairness it would not be fair to allow the outcome of the two primaries to be counted -- and without them, she admits she cannot win the nomination -- so in exchange for allowing the delegations to be seated, she abandons her bid.

She's the "winner," having solved the messy problem for the party -- and looks like she is putting the party first over her own intentions.


Blogger mccommas said...

Mrs Clinton knows Obama is unelectable so she is going for broke.

She wants to be the nominee to face President John McCain in 2012.

Dick Morris thinks that the nomination will be worth having because of McCain's age by then.

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