I am convinced these beliefs are self-evident. The Obamas intensely dislike the Clintons -- recall Bill once said Barack was not good enough to carry his bags -- and will do anthing to keep Hillary out of the White House. There is no glowing demonstrative help from the White House. Joe Biden's son wanted pop Biden to run for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. Should Hillary's ethics problems -- email, Benghazi et all -- continue to impact her trustworthyness, her unwillingness to answer media questions, and demeanor causes her star to fade, BHO will push Biden forward into the limelight of a candidacy run. BHO wants his legacy to continue. Obamacare , Cuba, Iran, all that "good stuff." As tax debtor Rev Al now has unfettered access to the White House, so will a Biden win ensure that BHO will have unlimited access to the Oval Office to protect his body of work. BHO, in the last few weeks, has mentioned several times that he has 18 months until he has to turn over the keys to "his" (yea, right) house. That says to me no new initiatives, no fights, just the minimum, while he seeks a larger, perhaps the UN presidency, world stage. A fade to oblivion is to avoided at all costs. BHO will never learn to speak without a teleprompter. The reputation of Jimmy Carter's presidency has undoubtedly been repaired by BHO and his czars, and Carter is no longer at the bottom of the well. John Kerry will campaign for the Nobel Peace Prize, using his body of work and leg cast in the nuclear Iran deal, and use that "achievement" to catapult him in a run for the Democratic presidential nomination. The Republican party candidates will somehow manage to shoot themselves in their collective foot on the war to the nominating convention. With a new administration, I also ponder these questions. Will immigration systems be fixed? Corollary: Will Mexico pay for the wall? Will the IRS finally pursue the collection of <$5 Million owed by Al Sharpton? Will the IRS push to collect the ~$330 Billion back unpaid taxes owned by federal workers? Will Steve Forbes' 1996 flat tax, or a reasonable variation thereof, appear to replace the chain-sawed ~70,000 pages of tax code? Will Dodd-Frank regulations vaporize? Will corporate overseas profits be repatriated without penalty for distribution to shareholders? Will Twitter $TWTR recover after yesterday's Periscoped earnings report and putrid Q&A?