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Hillyer said, “But if Snow can’t exactly pull off a race for president in 2008, there is another public office he ought to consider. Virginia’s senior U.S. Sen. John Warner will be just shy of 82 when the next election rolls around.”p>Remember that senators do not usually get elected to the Presidency. Why not go for the Governorship. Perhaps a better idea? br> — Ed /p> p> Quin has a point — Tony Snow certainly has been showing the Right Stuff. Before John Warner made the grade as senator, he served ably as Secretary of the Navy, but from the press conference room to secretarial office is quite a step. One pair of shoes fit for Snow to stretch his political legs are those of Under Secretary of the Navy, an entry level Presidential appointment that did no harm to the career of TR or FDR. br> — Russell Seitz br> Cambridge, Massachusetts /p>
A note to Quin Hillyer: Who doesn’t want Tony Snow for their husband, son, president, senator or talk show host?
I love watching him take on the snotties in the White House press room. He surely handles Helen Thomas in a delightful way.p>The president and his message have improved, but I hoped Mr. Snow could have done more. I guess our President is just un-helpable. On the other hand, I am hoping President Bush is so busy with plans for taking out Iran he doesn’t have time to craft a coherent message — Tony Snow notwithstanding. br> —
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It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
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