THE WRATH OF HILLARY: Clinton Clears the Field for 2016 Democratic Nomination

bill_clinton_looks_at_hillarys_assNo Democrat wants to touch Hillary with a 10-foot-poll. Looks like she scared them all off and rightly so. Check it.

Hillary Clinton appears to have scared away much of the competition should she seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2016.

But her early and practically all-encompassing effort also presents the potential liability that she will sail through the primary season largely untested for the bare-knuckled general election.

And it could deny Democrats the chance to define themselves to Americans, strategists say.

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“It’s not good for a party because the Democratic Party needs a real debate about what it’s for, who it’s for, what it’s about and where we’ll take the country,” says Dennis Kucinich, a former Democratic congressman, presidential candidate and a Fox News contributor.

The 67-year-old Clinton plans to make an official announcement in early 2015, leaving some doubt about whether she will indeed run. But her frontrunner status is unquestionable.

She has roughly 62 percent of the likely vote and leads all potential Democratic challengers by a numbing 49.5 percentage points.

And those numbers combined with an ambitious public-speaking schedule and the fundraising and cheerleading group Ready for Hillary are making it difficult for potential primary challengers to raise money.

In addition, Clinton’s most formidable, likely primary challenger now, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, insists she’s not running, leaving the Democratic field so wide open that 73-year-old Bernie Sanders, an independent and junior senator from Vermont, is now fourth behind Clinton, Warren and Vice President Biden, according an averaging of polls by

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