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It’s too late for Democrats to start rethinking Clinton’s 2016 viability


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aea13116-441f-11e5-8ab4-c73967a143d3_story.htmlWashington Post:

Chris Cillizza

Aug. 16 2015

 

Dear Democrats: It’s too late to start over.

 

As in, there’s no replacing Hillary Rodham Clinton as your party’s front-runner for the presidential nomination. Not with Vice President Biden — even if he runs. Not with former vice president Al Gore. (I mean, come on.) Not with your ideal rich-person-with-no-record-and-a-fresh-faced-appeal.

 

This may come as a shock to some of you. After all, you argue, it’s only August! The Iowa caucuses won’t be until February! That’s, like, four political lifetimes. Sure. But modern presidential politics isn’t as simple as announcing that you’ve decided to run and watching yourself soar to the top of the polls. (Unless, of course, you are Donald Trump, who appears entirely immune to every political law of gravity.)

 

Let’s take Biden, for example. If he decides at the end of this month that he wants to run, he immediately begins in a $45 million (and probably much larger) hole against Clinton. Super PACs could make up some of that ground, but remember that virtually every major fundraiser in the party — including many who were once Biden people — is now on Clinton’s team. So whatever Biden raises, Clinton almost certainly raises double. Maybe triple.

 

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Dear Democrats

 

Hate to say we told you so, but We Told You So!

 

Yours

hate filled ultra radical right wing war mongers


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