At the end of this Post-Gazette quickie story summing up voting results so far, there’s a quote from a guy I’d like to to have a little heart-to-heart with:
Dave Price, 65, a Republican in Bellevue, cast a vote early today
for Mr. McCain. But he said that’s not necessarily the way he will go
in the November general election.
“If Obama runs, I’ll be very interested in taking a look,” said Mr. Price, a retiree.
“The change theme gets me,” Mr. Price said. “I’m a Republican but not a knee-jerk Republican.”
All the candidates ran on a platform of change, but if the race comes down to Clinton versus McCain, there’s no need to consider the possibility of voting for the Democratic candidate? Why might that be?