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Wednesday, January 23, 2008
 The lesser of evils    [L]

Well, now that Fred's out of the race, I find myself having to seriously evaluate the remaining candidates, hold my nose and vote for the least disappointing candidate.

Then again, why vote for the lesser of evils?

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Kathryn Jean Lopez of NRO eulogizes the Thompson campaign:
‘We need to deserve to lead. And this is what this is all about; it’s about deserving to lead.”

That was Fred Thompson on Saturday in South Carolina during a sincere, passionate, well-grounded speech that sounded like his farewell to the campaign trail. With his announcement Tuesday afternoon that he has withdrawn his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president, we now know it was. It was a bittersweet moment for any conservative who had been watching his campaign and wished it had been a more effective one earlier in the process. It was also a moment for the ages — one that every civics class in America should reflect upon: Politics is about policy and service to this great nation; that’s what makes the campaign worthwhile. That’s why you put up with the trophy-wife slanders and Chris Matthews’s questions.
There’s no doubt we’ll be seeing him again — he’s too invested in this country he loves for us not to. Thank God for Fred Thompson. May he inspire more to serve. And may he encourage us to rethink our may-the-man-with-the-best-soundbites-win electoral process.

Jim Geraghty on what Fred should have done:
He Should Have Punched More Hippies.

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