The question is absurdly premature, but we can’t help ourselves. Who’s going to win the presidency in 2016?
“There are basically 50 lifetimes between now and then, so a lot’s going to change,” Democratic operative David Plouffe said Sunday, after reluctantly agreeing with This Week host Martha Raddatz that Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Chris Christie are front-runners for the party nominations.
“I predict that a year from now we’re going to be talking about another candidate-some other candidate who has lit the fire in either party,” said Matthew Dowd, who worked for President George W. Bush, but now is an independent voice on This Week.
“I agree with that, for a change,” chuckled Democratic operative Donna Brazile.
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