Wednesday, May 07, 2008

It's Over

Hillary may choose to continue her campaign through West Virginia and Kentucky -- two states she expects to win, but I don't think she'll be challenging Obama's readiness for the Presidency anymore.

From this point forward, Hillary's campaign is not about 2008. If she goes on from here, it is partly an ego play in the manner of Mike Huckabee, and partly positioning for the 2012 race. Either way, she should be taking a purely positive tack now; the time for negative campaign ads and speeches has passed.

The only interesting question left is whether Hillary will be chosen to run for the VP slot, and whether she would run on that basis. My view? It won't be offered, and she wouldn't accept. What do you think?

posted at 9:12:00 AM by Neil

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