Monday, February 28, 2005
still in the Big Doghouse http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20050228/ap_on_re_us/japan_clinton_7
In an interview with Japan's TV Asahi, [Bill] Clinton said he did not know whether his wife, the senator of New York state, has any plans to one day run for the presidency.
"I don't know if she'll run or not," he told the network, but added, "She would make an excellent president, and I would always try to help her."
"If she did run and she was able to win, she'd make a very, very good president," Clinton said Sunday. "I think now she's at least as good as I was."
Biden's comments were probably more noteworthy.
There is an online poll for president in 2008 at www.voote.com. Dean is currently in last place because he was excluded from the original list.
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Obama 2008 - I want my country back
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