Three reasons why it may be wise to become bullish on becoming the next U.S. President.
1) Brian Ross' report Thursday on , and more importantly the surfacing of the incendiary video(s), make this an explosive subject that will not go quietly away.'s "problem" in regards to his long-time pastor is a real issue.
2) The very serious meltdown in the financial markets is likely to focus the country's attention on the health, stability and future of the American economy. Fairly or unfairly, Senator Clinton will benefit from her association with 's administration in the prosperous Nineties, and that perceived experience on the economy will stand in stark contrast to Senator Obama's dearth of experience.
3) The mostly unnoticed switch of Puerto Rico from a caucus on June 7 to a primary on June 1, gives a very real opportunity to surpass in the popular vote count. If Senator Clinton can "win" the popular vote, this will provide undecided superdelegates ample rationale to go with the less risky general election option of Senator Clinton.
Currently on Intrade Senator Clinton's odds to become the next president stand at 17.9%, down from a 2008 high of 47.5% on January 22. With Senator Obama unlikely to win another primary until May, it is time to be buying Hillary Clinton.
Largest Crowd Ever in 'Scranton St. Patrick's Day Parade Greets Clinton
Continuing on her crusade across Pennsylvania, Hillary is appearing before tremendously enthusiastic crowds chanting, "Hillary, Hillary we love you." All across Pennsylvania people are lining up to get a glimpse of Hillary as she travels the state to boost her big lead in the state's primary set for April 22