Well, if she is inevitable, along with death and taxes, Jack Donovan says no worries, we should just like back and try to enjoy it. From Radix:
WHY WE NEED HILLARY
Jack Donovan · February 21, 2014
When I first caught wind of that whole Benghazi business, I thought Hillary was out of the game.
Until then, it had looked like she was being groomed for her ultimate revenge presidency after being shamed by her husband and waved aside by Obama. But surely, I thought, even she couldn’t come back from something like Benghazi.
Obviously, I was wrong. Recently, Time Magazine asked, “Can Anyone Stop Hillary?”
At the moment, it doesn’t look like it. Those bumbling big-business neocons in the Republican Party appear to be incapable of producing an electable candidate. Until his recent troubles, they they were actually floating the morbidly obese governor of the most universally reviled state in the Union as a front runner.
Unless an HIV-positive transsexual CEO with multiple sclerosis un-stones Excalibur, no one can compete with Hillary’s story.
Even as the current favorite, her past and her loss to Obama make her both an underdog and a comeback kid.
But, most importantly, Hillary Clinton is the next big “civil rights” story. Now that Americans have had their Black president, the media will need some big story to get excited about so that 2016 can be another “groundbreaking” and “historic” election. Progressives, after all, want to show “progress.” THE FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES is a no-brainer. The headlines will write themselves. The fact that she is probably at least as legitimately qualified for the job than any possible contenders will barely even matter. None of the bullshit-policies-she-comes-up-with-so-she’ll-have-something-to-talk-about will matter, and neither will her various campaign promises.
The appeal of Hillary Clinton’s story will make up for the fact that almost no one actually likes her. I have a hard time believing that even hardcore Democrats really like her. Not privately. Not in their hearts. They’ll never love her the way they loved Obama. They’ll never even love her like they loved her husband.
Hillary Clinton is hard to believe even when she’s trying to be sincere. She’s perceptibly shrewd and Machiavellian—like Nixon in lady pants—but also prone to hysterical outbursts of unfiltered bitchiness captured in those haggard harpy headshots.
None of that will stop her from getting elected. Unless there are some big surprises, the media will get the big story it wants, and America will get its FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT.
That’s fine by me. In fact, I want to go on record now as saying that I, for one, look forward to the Hillary Clinton presidency. (Yikes! Read the rest HERE.)