RUSH: Now, what about the Clintons, where are the Clintons here? All of a sudden the Clintons have a dilemma. Imagine the Clintons in Chappaqua or wherever they are watching last week and now this. They have a dilemma. Here’s the bottom line. The Clintons want another shot at this in four years, in 2012. What’s the best thing that could happen to make that possible for her? Here are her two choices. Sabotage the Obama campaign as originally planned, securing its defeat but then, lo and behold, here’s McCain and Sarah Palin and the likelihood that we could be looking at the first Republican president, first president of the country that’s a woman, Mrs. Clinton would be up against a woman in 2012. If, on the other hand, the Clintons decide to sabotage the McCain campaign to take out Palin and her chances, they may not succeed, they could take out McCain’s, the whole ticket, but I don’t think they’re going to see to it that Sarah Palin’s future is gone at the same time. But in the process of doing that, what do they do? They elect Obama, and Obama, gotta figure is going to be there eight years, that’s how everybody else is looking at it, so that moves Mrs. Clinton back to 2016. So she really has no choice. Have to stick with the original plan and sabotage Obama in this campaign and deal with that other woman later.