The new head of the National Governors Association, Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano, doesn't sound as if she likes either top 2008 presidential contenderDemocratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton or Arizona favorite son John McCain. She clearly leans to those in her line of statehouse politicsthe job most recent presidents have held. "The longer people are in Congress," she tells us, "the harder it is for them to speak in short, declarative sentences."
With Kevin Whitelaw and Kenneth T. Walsh