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Election '08 Already Shaping Up

It seems like we just had an election, but pollsters are already tossing around numbers for potential matchups in '08, and John McCain seems to be leading the pack.

Things are looking blue for the former first lady. While 39% of democrats favor her for the nomination (they threw in "democrat leaning independets" too to get her that high), if we include the red states opinion, 46% of voters would love to see Hillary give it a try, but even more (49%) are opposed to her run. 20% of Democrats think Kerry deserves another shot at it, and 15% want to give Edwards a chance.

On the Republican side Giuliani is pulling 25%, McCain 21% Condi at 14% and the Florida Bush at 7%. Of course this makes you wonder if the Republicans really understand the importance the value voters played in this past election. These aren't your mother's "building a culture of life" Republicans.

At any rate, there are enough hypothetical matchups and stats to make your head spin.


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