Inside the dust jacket:
It’s the ultimate nightmare scenario for conservatives: to awaken on the morning of November 5, 2008, to the news that the last swing state has been colored bright blue and Hillary Rodham Clinton is the President-elect of the United States.
Could it really happen?
Frighteningly, yes. In fact, as bestselling author and leading conservative commentator John Podhoretz reveals, this is not just a scary “what if” scenario; it will happen . . . unless conservatives take immediate action.
Sounding the alarm bell with wit and verve, Can She Be Stopped? shows that Hillary’s plan to capture the White House is much further along than her enemies fear. Podhoretz uncovers the host of reasons why–many of them counterintuitive. He also destroys the comfortable myths about Clinton that conservatives cling to: She’s saddled with too many “high negatives.” She’s too liberal to get elected. “Clinton fatigue” will keep her out of the Oval Office. You’ve heard them all, and they’re wrong on every count.
Murdoc suspects that there is a ‘vast “anti-Hillary” conspiracy’ machine being assembled even as we speak, powered by folks who actually look forward to a chance for venting on the national public stage.
I’d like to humbly suggest that, perhaps, the best “anti-Hillary” strategy would be for Conservatives to run a good candidate. And maybe even make an attempt to appear capable as legislators in the Congress that they control. Just my two cents.
Murdoc’s buried right now, and a couple of books behind as it is, but he’ll be sure to report on this book when he gets to it.