The American People Are Rejecting A Hillary Clinton Candidacy

I’ll grant you that the GOP is going to have an uphill fight in 2008 if George Bush still has an approval rating that’s mired in the thirties, but it’s hard to imagine that anyone on the left can feel confident about their chances with numbers like these out there,

“Half of voting-age Americans say they would not vote for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) if she became the Democratic nominee for president in 2008, according to a Harris Interactive poll released Tuesday.

More than one in five Democrats that participated in the survey said they would not vote for Clinton. Overall, 36 percent say they would vote for the former first lady and 11 percent are unsure of their top choice.

Forty-eight percent of Independent voters also said that they would choose another candidate over Clinton, the poll, which surveyed 2,223 potential voters, states.”

This is the Democratic front runner, folks, and since the American people already know her very well, her atrocious numbers can’t be blamed on a lack of name recognition. Moreover, the bad impression the American people have of her is going to be hard to change because she’s not particularly likeable and is viewed as a Machiavellian candidate who will say or do anything if she thinks it will benefit her politically.

Hillary Clinton: she’s like Bill Clinton, but without the charisma, and let’s face it — once you got beyond the charisma, Bill didn’t have much going for him.

Also see,

The Top 8 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Is A Weaker Candidate Than People Think

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