posting a piece entitled "The Warren/Clinton Slugfest", I created a label with the same name. Now, it appears that my creating that label was premature. In spite of the fact that Hillary Clinton is catching a lot of well-deserved flack, it doesn't appear that Warren is in the least bit interested in running for the Democratic nomination for President.
Fortunately for the Republicans, the Democrats don't have a likely replacement for Clinton. Too many in the Abortion Party are in love with her and will stick with her, even to their own detriment. I say that it's fortunate for the Republicans because I don't believe she can possibly win the general election. I agree with Monica Crowley on this : "No one — not even many of her fellow Democrats and leftists in the mainstream media — likes her very much".
I've always maintained that Obama's early support in 2007 / 2008 was as much an "anti-Hillary" vote as a "pro-Obama" one.
Honestly, I am so over writing about Clinton. Is she really the best America can come up with?
UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey recently opined that she wouldn't fight a male opponent because of the negative message seeing a man hit a woman would convey.
"I'll never say that I'll lose, but you could have a girl getting totally beat up on TV by a guy -- which is a bad image to put across. With all the football [domestic violence] stuff that's been happening, not a good idea. It's fun to theorize about and talk about, but it's something that's much better in theory than fact."
Seeing Hillary battered (politically) might be just as ugly.