CaseyI think its going to be kind of a similar election as last time. Everyone knows its going to be hillary clinton for the dems, and the republicans are going to spend all their money and time tearing each other apart and pretending that they are going to nominate a radical tea party candidate even though everyone knows they won't, so they'll doddle until the last second and pick some watered down generic guy who will still end up losing by ten to 15 points.
this...but insert something about the GOP establishment fucking everything up and people wanting to have some sort of "moderate" candidate that can compete with dems.
Not so sure Hilary Clinton will be the dem nominee. The dems are not like the republicans, in that they dont typically nominate candidates because it is their turn. In 1996, it was Bob Dole's turn, 2008 McCain's turn(after he lost in 2000), then in 2012 it was Romney's(because he lost in 2008, thanks to Huckabee). (To be fair, I don't see a candidate that fits the bill like this for the republicans though). The relationship between the Clintons and the Obamas is poor, and I dont see her receiving the needed support from them. Things from Bengazi will continue to detract from her campaign. Her book has been a massive failure, she is getting old* (where are all the people that claimed McCain was too old in 2008 now?), and she is the Hilary of 2014, not the Hilary of the 90's or of 2008.
*I don't mean this in a reason why she shouldn't be President as I reluctantly supported McCain in 2008, but I think her age will start to become a question, as well as her health.