Could the 2016 Presidential Election Split the Democratic Party?
Is a pending political battle which could divide the ranks of the Democratic party a very real possibility as we head toward 2016?
Rush Limbaugh received a call from a listener in Idaho who raised the question of whether or not there will be a battle between the Clinton and Obama camps.
When asked who would come out on top should that occur, Limbaugh chimed in, "I don't think there's any question about it. There's no question about it. The Obama regime. Hands down."
What is really so different between the two campaigns? There could be a woman running from both sides; they are both in the same political party.
"Here's the thing about the 2016 race. The Clinton regime, in terms of power, I have to say, if Clinton could of done what Obama's doing, he would of done it," said Limbaugh. "They just were unable to get away with it. But Obama's been aided by something that Clinton was not able to capitalize on, that's race. Obama's race basically silences the opposition."
It's all about "firsts" in the democratic party right now. But what if two firsts go against each other?