Post-New Hampshire Analysis

February 11, 2016



Even though the political obituaries of the Clinton dynasty are already being written, it should be noted that due to the undemocratic nature of the Democratic Party primary process she is still ahead of her socialist opponent, Senator Sanders. So don’t expect Hillary to obligingly accept another unexpected defeat at the hands of a leftist insurgent, although trends do not augur in her favor.

An equally fascinating race is taking shape on the GOP side of the aisle, as the worried donor class tries to find a suitably pliant candidate to put forward as the anti-Cruz/Trump standard bearer. Daniel Larison has an astute analysis of this process-and why it is likely to fail-in The American Conservative.

Regardless of which candidates find themselves as the nominees in November, we are in all likelihood going to experience a very interesting presidential race in the months ahead. Buckle up, folks.


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2 Responses to Post-New Hampshire Analysis

  1. Tatyana on February 13, 2016 at 10:16 AM

    “Interesting” – if our own skin was not in the game. I have a sinking feeling: whoever wins in November, it’ll be my loss…

  2. G. Perry on February 13, 2016 at 11:44 AM

    Sadly, I think we’re on the same page in that regard.

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