BTW. Hillary should be saying that Palin is wrong for the job, and that there are many more, more qualified women. Also that Palin has lied about reform and earmarks.
— From an e-mail, Sept. 13, 2008
Maybe she will, eventually. Senator Clinton is very cautious and will not say anything that might hurt her standing among women. If more revelations come out of Alaska, especially if some Alaskan women speak out against Governor Palin, Senator Clinton would be able to say, "From what I hear about Sarah Palin from women who know her . . ." Probably Senator Clinton could appear right now on The View (is that what it's called?), and say, "Sarah Palin is an amazing women, but you know, she's for this, and she's against that, I'd be scared for would happen to what women have achieved if McCain and Palin get into the White House." But no hard blows yet from Senator Clinton, if ever (perhaps if she runs against Palin in 2012!).
Yet Senator Clinton could surprise us and put country first. And what about prominent Republicans, some of whom must be appalled by their party's choice of candidates? But this has been a low dishonest decade.