Friday, February 23, 2007

Peggy Noonan: "Mrs. Clinton seems less inevitable after this week."

Ms. Noonan's Opinion Journal piece is insightful. Excerpt:
Americans have always--always--looked at and judged the character and personality of their candidates for president. And they have been right to do so. It mattered that Lincoln was Honest Abe, Washington had no personal lust for power, that FDR was an optimist and a manipulator, that Adams was a man of rectitude and no small amount of stubbornness. These facts, these aspects of their nature, had policy implications and leadership implications. They couldn't be more pertinent. They still are.
Read the whole thing.

Update: Then there's this from Bill Kristol in the Weekly Standard. Ouch!

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