The clown car is just to gain media attention, but in the end it will be a Bush especially if it is Bush v Clinton. Clinton will negate the dynasty problem he has...and he will sound more reasonable than his brother.
He and Clinton both feel entitled to the white house. Big media loves both of them. Clinton will win because the big shots don't want the loonies in the republican party running amok. They have made out like bandits with Obama and the republicans getting their agenda through. Clinton with a republican congress would be more of the same.
comparison sake, i.e., "Who do you want, one of these certifiable insane idjits or the 'normal' one?" They let the craziest of the crazy in for a reason. What they didn't figure on was The Donald who is sucking the life out of the Republican party at the moment. Since The Donald's isn't really a real campaign that will leave only Jeb and his $100,000,000 (raised so far).
The GOP is tired of melba toast and he is soggy, month-old toast, at best
next to the Donald Jebster looks almost reasonable.
The question is: do we quell the negative feelings that the public has about politics, politicians and government by offering them another Clinton/Bush race???
I think a Bush Clinton race would dampen voter turnout.
Then they perhaps could win the battle of having the most extreme 'fringe hair' set of candidates if running against Bernie then, even while getting landslided in the election!
Maybe that might help the Repubs feel like they "won something" then!
That has, actually, energized me to GOTV for Bernie even more.
Oh, and that there is a list of actual issues, and I am not sure that counts for some people any more.
Hillary and Jeb! that came out months ago said something about Jeb and Hillary that is very similar to what this chart says.
On LGBT rights, yes, they both get the same check mark TODAY. But Hillary only earned that check mark in 2013. Bernie earned it decades ago. This OP inspired me to do a thread on the GLBT records Sanders, O'Malley and Hillary.
Spoiler alert: Bernie was the first of the 3 by far to get on board with equal marriage and Hillary was the last of the 3 to get on board with equal marriage, even though Hillary and Bernie started in politics/activism at about the same time. In fact, Hillary may have started sooner than Bernie.
then the country is beyond repair and the party is almost dead. Look at Bernie's platform and then realize that no one in the government is willing to fight for those things. It's over.
Everything is not about the politicians. There's still us.