Will Hilary clinton win in upcoming US elections in 2008 ?

India
February 9, 2007 9:49am CST
What do you think about this 1 ? There are many contenders for US persidenship. But I think Hilary clinton will make it through, What u say ?
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@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
10 Feb 07
Well, the last time she was in office she tried to push through that cradle to grave healthcare system that she had dreamed up behnd closed doors. That would not have been a good program, and finally she had to drop it when members of Congress invoked the sunshine law which forced the meetings out into the open so that the proceedings were no longer secret. When Billy Boy was elected, Hillarious told the entire world that she and Billy were a package deal, and that as far as she was concerned they both had been elected. So the way I see it, not only has she already had her 8 years, but she also has already been impeached.
@yanjiaren (9050)
9 Feb 07
she has a really strong chance but until the end we don't quite know what can happen..she is mega at fundraising and as we know in these kind of societies..money talks..
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@shalwani (760)
• Pakistan
11 Feb 07
Hillary Clinton has finally announced that she is considering running for president in 2008 - a declaration anticipated for the past six years that puts a heavyweight contender into the race. Senator Clinton has already made history by becoming the first former first lady to be elected to public office. But all thoughts will now turn to whether the New York Democrat really has what it takes to become the first woman president of the United States. It would be foolish to dismiss a woman who sits on an enormous war chest and is backed by some of the best political strategists in the country. But it would be equally unwise to bet that the US will elect a woman president when the country is at war - much less one who is already reviled by a substantial minority of Americans for her perceived liberalism and association with Bill Clinton. She has the two most formidable strategists in the Democratic Party - Terry McAuliffe and Harold Ickes, No, three, because Bill Clinton is the most formidable. The guy is brilliant.I'm not saying she can't get nominated or that she can't win a general election. But this is nowhere near the slam-dunk it is made out to be