With all the radicalization on the left, and moderation on the right, there is plenty of room for a third party.
Hillary would have to swing to the right quite a bit and run as the girl from Winnetka.
She could say, "You know I've always wanted health care for everyone, and now the country wants that, too. But I'm not a moonbat or a troofer. And I voted to go into Iraq, but that job is finished, and we've won! We can bring our troops home and go on fighting terrorists elsewhere in the world."
Hillary would have to choose a man who would be, or appear to be, strong on national defense.
She would have to do some focus group work on the economy, to position herself as being pro-SMALL business. One thing small business people worry about is providing health insurance to themselves and their workers. Hillary could make the argument that the government should do that. On taxes, she could say that she's for what works.
There are a lot of people (not me) who would vote for her. I think a lot of moderately conservative women would like to see a woman president, if she didn't come with all the Demoonibrat baggage.
Veep? Rudy, or Colin Powell.
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