Hard choice, Hillary seems like she could do good things domestically, but the idea of her in charge of foreign policy is just a little scary. On the other hand, Condi would undoubtedly be excellent with foreign matters, but has little or no experience dealing with domestic issues. Maybe if we could combine them genetically to form a new species of super president, they would be invincible. Muhahahahahaha . . .
Personally I don't think either of them is even going to get the nomination. Hillary is way down there among the core base of the party, and she's not going to fool any Republicans. I don't know enough about Condi to really judge how she would do, but Hillary would be a dissaster both domesically and foreign policy-wise, assuming of course she is able to do what she wants.
However, going on the assumption that they are running, I would say Condi would win the contest.
at a "no guns for anti gun people" rally...armed...eating a krispy kreme donut...burping...
Wouldn't it be more appropriate for Hillary to move to Canada or the UK or some other country just before the election and run there? You know, to kind of do the opposite as she did for the Senate, since in that case she'd lived in NY for many years if not her whole life and was intimately familiar with the cares and concerns of her fellow New Yorkers and therefore could represent herself, sorry, I mean them, in the Senate. Oh wait...she never lived in NY until she was running...oh well, whatever...