Here are 10 reasons why Hillary will never be president. This is the one I like:
Hillary has been reliably (as times outrageously) left since the Sixties. She was the radical rudder of the Clinton administration. Granted, she's not as rabid as Elizabeth Warren, but who is? "Don't let anyone tell you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs," said she speaking at a political rally in Boston last year. She tried to nationalize health insurance 16 years before Obama. After eight years of ideology run amuck, are we ready for four more?
There's also one called the "Hideousness Factor," but let's not give the "any criticism of Hillary is sexist" crowd any ammo.
Oh, and while we're at it, here are five reasons why Hillary wins in 2016:
Even our Democratic friends cannot name a single real accomplishment by Hillary Clinton. We all know that if she were a man, she would be long past her political expiration date. But despite all that (topped off by her botched announcement), here are five reasons why Hillary Clinton is likely to be elected the 45th president of the United States. Any one of these five factors gives her a huge advantage over whoever the Republican nominee may be, and, taken together, they make her victory almost inevitable (barring some major campaign catastrophe).