False. You must remember, even though she lost, she had the popular vote (If you count all of the states). Even without them, she was in mere numbers of President Obama. If Bill is "too much baggage", she wouldn't have been nearly as close.
He's too much baggage THIS time, you fucking slack jawed buffoon. Hence the part where I posted "her chance was last time." Context matters. I understand that you aren't bright enough to grasp that, though, PLEASE, I beg of you don't feel compelled to "explain" to me how it would have mattered just as much in 2008.
I suspect she'll run and be fairly unopposed on the Democratic ticket if she does. I may be wrong on this but, two years out, I can't really pretend to care.
Yeah, why would anyone else want to be President, after all. History has shown us nothing if not that party unity is paramount to Democrats. That said, prediction is hard. We should wager some trivial sum against it, unlike the GOP posters here, I'm good for it. Say, $10 that she doesn't run with an automatic double or nothing that if she does run she isn't nominated?