More likely I see a real piece of human garbage like Eric Holder getting the nomination. Like 2008, the black candidate will always have an automatic 92% of the black vote in the Democratic constituency, from here on out. It's a way early prediction but I could see Holder and Kerry being the only major candidates left by fall of 2016, with Holder sitting around 43% to Kerry's 22%. The Democrats will again have fun treating the Kerry/Clinton/Whitey constituency like racist pigs for 12 months and expecting them to show up for their candidate.
I don't see Democrats reaching for any part of the Clinton coalition unless they prove they need to by losing a big national election.
CBS wrote:Will she or won't she?
That's the question that will follow former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton until she announces whether or not she's running for president in 2016, a decision that likely won't be made until sometime this year. In the meantime, though, her supporters are practicing their ground game even as top advisers are still ambivalent on whether she should take another shot at a White House bid.
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/some-close- ... -2016-bid/