Robert Novak makes some remarks at a John Locke Foundation luncheon on the 2008 presidential race.
I know, it’s only 2005. At this rate, we’ll be sick of the 2008 race before it starts. The old line goes, “A week is a long time in politics.” (I think Homer wrote that first.) So, yes, it’s a little silly to be thinking about an election three years away. The link is there for those of you who can’t help peeking anyway.
I’m not certain that “Giuliani can't win the Republican nomination in 2008 because he's pro-choice, pro-gay and pro-gun control.” Giuliani is far from perfect -- I don’t like that he made his name persecuting capitalists on Wall Street -- but if the primaries came down to Guiliani vs. McCain or some horror from the religious right, I’d vote for Rudy.
And if you’re still interested in an inside-the-beltway non-story that the liberal media blew WAY out of proportion in hopes of damaging President Bush, Novak also throws out a tidbit on the Plame investigation. I hit my limit on that story months ago.