could hillary clintion be the next president?

@sungat (1016)
Pakistan
January 9, 2007 2:33pm CST
Do you think Hillary Clintion will make a good president in 2008 in the U.S.A?why or why not? according to me Due to the relative llack of success of Bush's current administration,and his staggeringly low rate of approval,it is almost set in stone that a democrat will be elected next term.Since Hillary and Obama are both democrats,it will come down to who wins the democratic nomination.I suspect,although i can not say for certain,that Hillary will not to make it simply because if she goes back into t the white house,so will Bill.
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@davidbugs (121)
• United States
9 Jan 07
Nope I don't think so. She is too liberal for president. We don't want another Family President name once again. George W bush Senior, Bill Clinton, George W bush Jr and Now Bill Clinton. A Family President Monarchy for 25 years. We want something difference.
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• Ghana
10 Jan 07
i strongly agree that Goerge Bush did not set good example for the image of america at all this will cuorse the great failure for Clinton.
• Ghana
10 Jan 07
i strongly agree that Goerge Bush did not set good example for the image of america at all this will cuorse the great failure for Clinton.
@mythmoh (3994)
• United States
9 Jan 07
there was a article regarding this in the current issue of newsweek.who is next.there is a strong competition between Mr.obama and Mrs.clinton.But finally the article concluded that the people of States are not ready to accept a women as President and there is a bright chance for a male to be the President again.
@vivasuzi (4126)
• United States
10 Jan 07
I will take a female president - just not Hillary. I would not vote for her no matter who was against her b/c she is just not the person for the job. To me, she seems more about wanting POWER than wanting to help the country.
@wiessied (646)
• United States
10 Jan 07
She might make a good President but it will never happen becouse she is a female.
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@82idiots (595)
• United States
9 Jan 07
Easily, because people want a change. The Republican party has really ruined itself, and the people will be looking forward to a big change. There will be resistance from the backwoods, bibl-thumping rednecks who believe straight Republican and oppose any sort of rolls for women, but people want a change, and they hate the corruption and empty-suit bigotry of certain blowhards in the conservative's camp! It's about damn time!
@Dolcerina (3380)
• Hungary
10 Jan 07
you should have written your own opinion. It is copied and pasted sentences!!!
@sidddd (861)
• India
10 Jan 07
well saidfriend.These people just come to earn money.Here we are to make friends and even money but we think this place is meant for enjoyment...
• Philippines
10 Jan 07
I agree, that people want change. Because change is good!I think Hillary Clinton could make a good president.She is inteligent and smart.She could contribute something new for the betterment of the U.S. government.
• China
9 Jan 07
I don't think so , Bush maybe continue i think .
• United States
10 Jan 07
Bush can't continue. You can only be re-elected once. His term is up...
@bilook1 (152)
• United States
10 Jan 07
That is true but see if Jeb Bush runs in the next few years and no she won,t get it, by the way the republican did not ruin it self it still stands on a moral agenda and it was foolish for people to show their disfavor at the exspense of aborted babies and degrading moral values.
• United States
10 Jan 07
Over the past decade or so, I believe that woman have become strong, note worthy contributors to our political society. Imagine, 10 years ago a woman president was considered by many but most truly improbable...but in our new progressive society it is bar far not so far fetched. Go Hilary! Go Oparah! Go Eleanor Roosevelt! Go all women from every economic background and profession who are making strides to change our world!!!
@ycanteye (769)
• United States
30 Mar 07
Talk about a scary thought. I sure hope not!!!!!
• United States
11 Jan 07
Hillary could be the next president but I don't think she would make a good one. She has already proven to the American people that she is spineless by staying with her unfaithful husband. I don't want a president that lacks courage. If she cannot manage a person crises with respect for herself how could she respectfully run a country.
@hasseyg (313)
11 Jan 07
Yeah i agree with you she very well could be.
@agusfebi (813)
• Indonesia
10 Jan 07
Sorry friend, I could not give the comment, because I was frightened I commented was wrong, what next I not the person U. S. A. And I could only give you the support while discusi you did not cause a loss to yourself.
@UcoksBaBa (802)
• Indonesia
10 Jan 07
I felt he will be never the president to whenever, what could he gave for his country, he received his popularity in caused the case that struck his husband and that was point for him in order to be able to get the response from the community, but he will not become the president.
• United States
10 Jan 07
I'm afraid not at least in my view. She has her own baggage too (Bill) and for her tolerate his misconduct over and over smacks of not having same values as average folks. Don't get me wrong, I'm sure she could handle the job as well as what we have now, just don't think in some areas she would be honest and straight forward as we need. After all if you just check back at her single handed effort as first lady to rewrite Healthcare Laws and do away with Medicare, that should give you a hint. And never forget the Whitewater case. It was never proven she or Bill did anything but they were very close to that case. We may never know what is really behind that one either.
@Idefix72 (502)
• Italy
10 Jan 07
i hope she will .. i like her and her mentality and .. maybe usa need a woman boss.. (i'm italian). I think she will look with a good eye to the world problems NOT lik bush family ..
@mgr1987 (689)
• India
10 Jan 07
tes.she has all the characters that are needed for a good president and she deserves it.being a woman won't stop her from contesting the elections.
@sharon613 (2324)
• United States
10 Jan 07
I sure hope not
@avs189 (1031)
• India
10 Jan 07
Considering the present scenario and current sequel of events such as Bush administration's attack on Iraq , the democrats are in likely favour to win the next presidential election but i personally feel that Hillary stands out from the rest and is likely winner!!!!!!
• Nigeria
10 Jan 07
i do think that she could be the president of the country it takes hardwork and dedication to be the president of a countryand she has got it.
• United States
10 Jan 07
It is very possible that Mrs. Clinton will be President. But Politicians are decided by the politics. The question is "Can Hillary tackle the middle east issues if she becomes President?" I am willing to but my money on Hillary becoming the next president, but I will not vote for her.
• United States
10 Jan 07
Hillary Clinton WILL be the next president. She'll get votes from women, dems, moderates, bleeding-heart libs, the so-called minority, other races that don't like the right wing, and socialists and athiests. This will outnumber the good-ole boy network.
@DavidReedy (2411)
• United States
10 Jan 07
It's hard saying what the future of the U.S. election holds, however, the U.S. as a culture, isn't ready yet for a female president. (I'm not being sexist here, just looking at the big picture, not yet, maybe soon, but probably not real soon). Both (it's sad I should say "both", there are seveal political parties in the U.S. but only two with power--The party of wealth, and the other party of wealth) parties have disappointed the people... And, as far as race goes... America, has as of yet have anybody other than a white man as a president... Could this be historic change for the U.S. It's an interesting notion. I wouldn't care about race or gender, I'd just like to see someone who isn't a conservative or liberal extremist--couldn't we get a moderate-- a person who's realistic and cares about the peope and his or her nation? Wouldn't that be a nice change...