After Clinton/Obama, Woman-friendly Conservatism

Which of the two Democratic frontrunners would Republicans prefer to run against?  That was what Hugh Hewitt asked his listeners last week as the Democratic race began to tighten.But he was asking the wrong question.  The right question is: which Democrat would you prefer to have in the White House in 2009, or more exactly, at the next mid-term election in 2010?Even if a Republican wins the White House in 2008 he won't have much of a mandate.  If the voters want "change," whether Obama's "Change You Can Believe In" or Clinton's "Ready for Change" or some other kind of change, it will be difficult for a Republican to offer it.  There's a Republican in the White House, and many voters will keenly feel the chill headwind of the mortgage meltdown, the Iraq war, and the high gas prices.On top of everything Alan Greenspan has now mentioned the "R" word.  There's a 50-50 chance of recession, he says.  Whether he is right...(Read Full Article)