IT’S ELIZABETH, NOT HILLARY
There’s a persistent bleep on the presidential radar, and that would be Sen. Elizabeth Warren, now getting cast in the role of a stealth candidate who could potentially upstage Hillary Clinton’s strategic advance to the White House in 2016. Recent pesky news coverage has not been the best for Mrs. Clinton, and there’s fatigue among voters who just can’t deal with another round of the potential presidential hopeful’s perky reinvention.
Meanwhile, the Massachusetts Democrat is on the move. She’s written “A Fighting Chance”, a well received memoir, published well before Mrs. Clinton’s “Hard Choices”. Ms. Warren is biding her time, lioness-like, in the “tall grass” as her rival flounders, according to Thomas Lifson, editor of The American Thinker.
“Senator Warren owes her left-wing hero status to the Democratic version of populism. She’s been talking for years about how the well-connected ‘rig the system’ for their own benefit,” says synidcated columnist Jonah Goldberg. “Which is why Warren is perfectly poised to be the Obama of 2016. And the role of Hillary Clinton will be played by Hillary Clinton.”