While some of the e-telligentsia and assorted talking heads continue to be fascinated by Sen. Hillary Clinton's wardrobe choices—including this odd and sexist rationalization by CNBC's John Harwood on NBC's Meet the Press—the voters have moved on.
The latest Rasmussen Poll finds "28% of American adults said that they would trust New York Senator Hillary Clinton the most on national security issues. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 20% named former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani."
This is not good news for the Republican Party, which has "historically dominated national security issues." It's even worse news for Giuliani, who is running a single issue campaign dominated by his rather circumspect anti-terrorism credentials and avoids any discussion of Iraq. Expect this gap to widen.
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