And guess what? The Neocons are paving the way for it whether you want to believe it or not. These traitors are all on the same team folks (CFR vs the American People). Do not kid yourselves. Murdoch is supporting Hillary now. The Bushes and the Clintons have been in bed together for decades and they are on their way to a 28 year (or 36 year depending on how you view Bush Sr’s Reagan years) Bush/Clinton dynasty.
“Okay now, my Neocon brethren, they did it for us in 2000, so it’s time to suck it up and take a dive for comrade Hillary in 2008. Whadya say boys? How bout one more for the New World Order.”
WASHINGTON – Democrats will nominate Hillary Rodham Clinton for president in 2008 and Barack Obama will be her running mate, former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich predicts.
The GOP will have three “formidable” choices in Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani and Fred Thompson, said Gingrich, who is considering whether to get into the race.
Gingrich is ruling out John McCain’s chances among the Republican contenders.
The Arizona senator “has taken positions so deeply at odds with his party’s base that I don’t see how he can get the nomination,” Gingrich said Sunday in a broadcast interview.
Gingrich said he had dinner recently with Thompson, the former Tennessee senator and actor who has set up a political committee that allows him to raise money for a presidential bid. An official launch is likely in September, after the Labor Day holiday.
Gingrich said he expects Thompson will enter what is shaping up as a competitive race for the GOP nomination against Romney, a former Massachusetts governor, and Giuliani, a former New York City mayor.
“I think that either Mayor Giuliani or Governor Romney or Senator Thompson would be a very formidable opponent for what I expect will be a Clinton-Obama ticket, and I think that there’s a possibility that will work,” Gingrich said.
In the fall, Gingrich might decide to jump in, depending on how the Republican candidates are faring against Clinton, the New York senator.
“If there is a vacuum and if there’s a real need for somebody to be prepared to debate Senator Clinton, then I would consider running. I think we’ll know that in October,” Gingrich said.
“But these three are serious people,” Gingrich said, referring to Romney, Giuliani and Thompson. “They’re working very hard. And if they can fill the vacuum, I don’t feel any great need to run.”
Gingrich spoke on “Fox News Sunday.”