Well, it looks like we won’t have much to write about here for the next three years.
The media, which knows all and tells some, has proclaimed Hillary Clinton the definite Democrat nominee in 2016.
And who dares argue with that? Joe the Delaware Gaffer? Are you kidding? He’s the one on video from 2008 saying she’d have been a better Obama VP choice than he was.
Martin O’Malley? Who? That’s what most Americans would say. Bing him if you care.
Clinton had breakfast with Biden this week to break the news. And lunch with Obama to get their stories straight about the lethal Benghazi screw-up. He wanted to go over what’s not to be in her upcoming book. And as a Chicago native, she wanted to assure him that she won’t be trying to critically distance herself from his administration for another two years or so.
A number of his experienced campaign functionaries have signed on to the Clinton campaign-that’s-pretending-not-to-be-one-yet.
And some senators already say they like her. But they’re keeping that quiet because the way Americans feel about Congress these days, who wants that kind of endorsement? And who needs a reminder that not so long ago Hillary was one of those useless clowns with the fake smiles and baggy pants?