It may be airing at this very moment, people may be streaming Hillary Clinton’s declaration to run for the Democratic nomination, and just who will attempt to stop her, both from within her own party and from within the GOP? The answer to this will surface sooner rather than later, but one imagines there will be a smear campaign the likes of which have not been seen for a while; perhaps the biggest smear campaign of all. And why? Well, Hillary has history. Hillary is a woman. Hillary polarises opinion. Should any or all of this matter? One thing is certain; Hillary is a STRONG contender for the White House. Anyone who tells you otherwise is deluded. The GOP is marshalling its troops to provide the strongest opposition it can, but, following the reign of Bush the second, it still appears to be in a bit of a mess, fractured around issues that usually serve to unite the party. With experience of being First Lady, and of serving as Secretary of State, and with access to funds to equal, or even eclipse, that of any prospective GOP candidate, Hillary Clinton may well become the first female President of the United States of America. How interesting might that be?