Wow! I sure hope you’re right! I just LOVE reading your post! :-)
Well, it doesn't take a genius to read this ball game, but I appreciate the props.
I should re-state one thing, though, and that is, if Hillary were to challenge Obama in the primary, and won, she'd still face daunting odds against the Republican challenger.
She can't beat The One in the primary unless he and his agenda have been thoroughly rejected and disowned by the Democrat base. If that's the case, then the majority of the country will not give the White House back to the Democrats under (almost) any circumstances.
The way I see it, the Obama agenda has no chance of maintaining any credibility until 2012. In fact, it's already dead, as proven by the coming Democrat defeat in November.
Some questions: Will the Democrat base actually reject and disown the Obama agenda in great enough numbers to hand the nomination to Hillary in 2012? Can she successfully position herself far enough to the right to be believable?
That remains to be seen.
As I said, the Dems have a very tough road ahead, no matter how you look at it. I really wouldn't want to be one of their chief strategists at the moment. I'd probably become an alcoholic .. LOL