Today's Washington Times runs an op-ed piece
by former Halter campaign guru Bud Jackson. He runs an organization which specializes in political media consulting. Jackson takes on Senator Hillary Clinton's war vote and her "position" among the Democratic candidates.
It's also hard to buy into someone as a candidate for change when they offer flat, sterile, safe speeches and talking points instead of new ideas and a new vision. It's as if Mrs. Clinton has surrendered the message of change, hope and optimism to Barack Obama and John Edwards.
This isn't a foundation for victory. It's shaky ground. If warning bells aren't going off over at Clinton campaign headquarters, they should be.