He’s baaack. Look who may challenge Hillary
What difference does it make what liberal they nominate?
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In 2016, for a second time, Hillary Clinton may have serious competition if she plans to seek the Democratic Party nomination for president.
“Don’t be surprised if California Gov. Jerry Brown runs for president in 2016,” James V. Lacy, author of the newly published “Taxifornia: Liberals’ Laboratory to Bankrupt America,” told an appreciative audience at a book-signing hosted by Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, at the Palm restaurant in Washington, D.C., Wednesday evening.
“Remember the ‘Massachusetts Miracle’ touted by the mainstream media in 1980 when the Massachusetts governor ran for president against Vice President George H. W. Bush?” Lacy asked. “Well, the mainstream media is doing it again, running a series of articles this time promoting the ‘California Miracle’ resulting from the economic policies of Gov. Brown.”
Lacy is a third-generation native Californian, who with his wife Janice, a former deputy chief counsel of the Republican National Committee, are partners in their law firm and political communications company, Wewer & Lacy LLP, based in Laguna Niguel, Calif.