No, don't like her any more.
It does my heart good!
I am hoping, for a Bush-like Republican or a Lieberman-like Democrat to run next time.
Lieberman, yes. Bush? On foreign policy, I can see why you like him. On domestic policy, he was barely better than Obama. I am hoping for a fiscally conservative candidate, regardless of party. Either that, or we can join Greece in the toilet.
Basically I want a President who is for the US and Israel, for NATO and the west, against terrorists and states and people who support them, against racism and segregation, against genocide, moderately against abortion, for a secular state, for teaching evolution and other scientific theories at schools, and for economic policies somewhere between capitalism and some socialism. (I don't care if he is for or against gay marriage.) And he should attend religious services in a NORMAL church/synagogue/mosque/temple regularly. That's whom I would vote for.
Let's take these one at a time. US, Israel, NATO, the west, against terrorism and the states - all foreign policy and yes, after Obama, I think most of the world is going to be for that (except Oslo).
Against Racism, segregation - no one that supports it is going to get near the presidency. Unless they are Senate president Pro Tem.
Against Genocide - That one is tough. I agree with you, and I suspect that most candidates will mouth support for it, but few will do anything about it unless it threatens the US directly.
Moderately Against Abortion - Irrelevant. The president will not/cannot make law on that issue.
For Socialism - You got Obama. It will be a long time before we get another in office.
Teaching Evolution - Again Irrelevant. Local governments dictate education, not the feds (they just suck up money like a black hole).
Economic Policies between Capitalism and Socialism - That may be your biggest pipe dream. The world is seeing what is happening there in Europe and the US with Massive deficits. See Socialism above.
I will settle for a president who actually concentrates on what he can do, leaves alone what he cannot do, and strengthens both our foreign policy (so allies can again trust us) and domestic policy (so we are not running multi-trillion dollar deficits.