I'm sure either of them winning at this point will be fine. I really like both Candidates.<br>
The two camps are too divided though. McCain didn't have competing camps. All the Democratic Party is doing is chosing who is going to be heartbroken in November.
On the other hand, QN, (not that I completely disagree with you.. cuz I also believe that point) the longer the Dems fight, the more press they get... and there is no such thing as bad press... is there?
I agree with this.<br><br>
I think a long hard battle that may not be settled until the convention will create lots of excitement.<br><br>
It's pretty funny though how everyone who has a stake puts their own spin on why everything is good or bad for their particualr candidate.<br><br>
Obama is either fresh or untried and naive<br>
McCain is either a veteran politician or an old man<br>
Hillary is either experienced or...well...Hillary.
All the vitrol over Hillary.<br><br>
1. Lessee - she is too amitious. Yes, women in power are dangerous, espeically one who wants to be President.<br>
2. She is a socialist.<br>
3. She has no viewpoints whatsoever, just changes with the polls.<br>
4. She has no experience except what she acquired by virtue of marrying Bill.<br>
5. Any woman who refuses to leave their husband after what Bill did should not be respected.<br><br>
Did I get them all?<br><br>
Of course, MCain's, Romneys, Huckabees and Obamas ambitions are never held against them.