February 29, 2008
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" Hillary, Give It Up"

Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., campaigns at Ohio University Southern Campus Child Development Center, in Hanging Rock, Ohio, Thursday, Feb. 28, 2008.(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
Personally, I think Hillary would make a great President and I always saw "Bill" as an asset.

My rational mind tells me that Bill would be part of a Hillary presidency. Is that all bad?

I was never a big Bill fan; but, objectively, which I always like to be, Bill left us with a gigantic surplus and no war. We now have two wars and the biggest deficit in history that we will be living with for years in ways that none of us can even know now.

Although I've been a Hillary supporter because I think we need a woman, other women(INCLUDING IN MY OWN FAMILY)simply do not like her. Obama is now ahead in Texas, he is leading in the national polls, and obviously ahead in delegate count. So, Hillary, it's time to give it up.

To be honest, how Obama, a relative newbie, overcame Hillary, an experienced politician, is a mystery. Barack's support, on the other hand, seems to reinforce the idea that his candidacy is more a movement than a one person candidacy.

Since Obama will more than likely be the Democratic nominee, for the good of her party and the country, Hillary should step aside. I honestly feel that the Democrats need a landslide to turn the country around. Obama may be the catalyst.

We need change. If you want the status quo, vote for John McCain who says we'll stay in Iraq for a 100 years if necessary. KT

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