The Washington Times - December 4, 2007, 11:43AM
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Some Democratic presidential candidates, most notably Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, have continued to run against Mr. Bush. But that strategy will likely miss the mark, Mr. Rove told The Washington Times yesterday.
“If the Democrats make this about, as they seem to be inclined to do, ‘I’m not Bush, and I’ll do everything different than Bush did,’ the American people understand that Bush is not on the ballot,” he said.
“I think it’s one of the reasons why Hillary Clinton is not doing well against named Republicans candidates, because all she can talk about is how she’s not Bush.”
— David Eldridge, managing editor, WashingtonTimes.com