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Sunday, November 30, 2014

A 2016 ballot without Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush? You heard it here | The Kansas City Star

Charlie Cook, one of the most respected political experts in the country, believes Hillary Clinton has only a 25-30 percent chance of running for president, and in any case he thinks she is either “rusty” or “she has lost her fastball.” He bases that on her disastrous book tour, in which she said some very inappropriate things and also did not sell many books.

The author of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report newsletter for almost 30 years also disappointed a local audience when he did not give Jeb Bush much of a chance of gaining the Republican nomination.


Let's hope he's right.

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The case for each is stronger as a "package". Nobody can really complain that Jeb is "dynastic" if Hillary is his opponent, and vice versa.

Posted by: dearieme | Dec 1, 2014 3:11:33 AM