Let’s imagine the first presidential debate in the fall of 2016 . . .Hilary is acting like this is a fait accompli. It's her turn, the King is leaving and she's next in line. I think we are getting tire of that act. The emails show she believes she's above it all. Walker is a man of the people if there ever was one. We'll see what the American people are still willing to fall for or if they've had enough and are getting informed.
Out walks Clinton and Walker. They shake hands and Walker offers his arm as they walk over to the podiums. The image of a boy scout walking a senior citizen across the street comes to mind. Throughout the debate, she calls him Scott; he calls her Mrs. Clinton. She really is old enough to be his mother. Whenever she talks about the 1990s, his team shoots out e-mails to the media reminding the press that in the 1990s, he was younger than Chelsea is now, but he didn’t get a six-figure deal from a TV network for doing nothing. It’s the opposite of 2008, when Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) looked grandfatherly and harried in comparison to then-junior Sen. Barack Obama.