I’ve been reading the galleys of John Podhoretz’s new book on Hillary Clinton, Can She Be Stopped, of which more later.
His central argument is that Hillary will win in 2008 unless conservatives take pre-emptive action now, trying to force her to choose between left and right in Senate votes and public statements. The trick, he writes, is either to push her so far left that she’s unelectable, or so far right that she inspires a Howard Dean candidacy.
Podhoretz has a list of 10 strategies the Republicans should adopt now. You can buy the book for the other eight, but here are my two favorites:
Point #10: Nominate Rudy…