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.
After shaking Republicans out of their complacency, Podhoretz lays out the precise strategy conservatives must deploy to stop Hillary dead in her tracks. His groundbreaking ten-point plan of action reveals:
• How to expose the real, ultraliberal Hillary
• How to "smoke her out" and prevent her from hiding on key issues
• How to make her denounce popular Republican programs—and defend unpopular liberal ideas
• How to use her Senate seat as a weapon against her
• How to overcome the Republican Party’s own problems
• Whom the Republicans should nominate (and the choice may surprise you)
Conservatives can’t avoid the Hillary problem any longer, or else the nation will be forced to endure another Clinton in the White House. Fortunately, John Podhoretz is here with the detailed blueprint that will spare the country from that disastrous turn of events, in a book as puckishly lively as it is sobering.
Can she be stopped? Yes—but only if we get to work . . . now.
John Podhoretz is the New York Times bestselling author of Bush Country and Hell of a Ride. He is a columnist for the New York Post and a political commentator for the Fox News Channel. A cofounder of the Weekly… More about John Podhoretz
Praise for John Podhoretz’s bestselling Bush Country
“A book that comes barreling into the arena spraying sawdust in all directions and itching for a fight . . . An important corrective . . . Refreshing.” —New York Times
“Utterly convincing . . . An accurate, well-written, and inspiring account.” —National Review
“Carefully and urgently reasoned, with a number of deserved ‘dope slaps’ administered along the way.” —Washington Times
“A fun read, filled with telling political observations . . . The combination of immediate political smarts and longer-term understanding studs Bush Country with moments of real insight into our current situation.” —Weekly Standard
“Podhoretz’s book truly shines . . . [A] brief, engaging, and very impressive book.” —Commentary