Alas, leaning on your entourage for advice is never a great idea. They may think Clinton would be a fresh start, but will normal voters not similarly invested in her? Americans almost never reward a party with a third consecutive term in the White House, and when they do, it’s because they want more of the same. Anyone want to wager on how much of a “more of the same” mood America will be in come 2016?
Yes. It’s likely that any GOP candidate will beat Clinton, or any of the nobodies who’d have a shot at the Dem nomination should she not run. So don’t pay any attention to all the Gentry GOP argle-bargle about “electability.”
Let’s just make sure that, for once, we choose the right conservative candidate, and to hell with everything else.
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