Interconnected political dynasties set to rule indefinitely
January 30, 2014
Hillary Clinton has yet to announce she will run for president. Despite this void a whopping 73 percent of Democrats say they would vote for Clinton if she ran today, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll conducted last week.
“Hillary Rodham Clinton’s 61-point edge over Joe Biden in new Washington Post-ABC News polling makes her the single biggest frontrunner for a Democratic presidential nomination in the history of the poll, an affirmation of the conventional wisdom that the nomination is hers for the taking,” the Post reports today.
If the projections hold up Clinton will swamp all contenders and take the Democrat primary in a landslide.
The corporate media over the last few weeks has piled plaudits on the former Secretary of State. Meanwhile, two Democrat super PACs, Priorities USA Action and Ready for Hillary, are preparing the ground in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada, three early primary states. Iowa is also a target.
Meanwhile, a Public Policy Polling survey shows Mike Huckabee at the front of the Republican pack following his “Uncle Sugar” comments.
“He’s at 16% to 14% for Jeb Bush, 13% for Chris Christie, 11% for Rand Paul, 8% each for Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Paul Ryan, 6% for Scott Walker, and 5% for Bobby Jindal,” the Public Policy Polling website reports.
Although it appears the Democrat ticket is set in stone, things will undoubtedly change on the Republican side. If Jeb Bush edges out Huckabee, it will be a race to the finish between two dynasties that have dominated American politics for decades – and may continue to do so for decades to come.
As demographics change and political correctness settles in, we can expect the ruling elite to fully exploit Bush’s Latino heritage and Clinton’s gender.