CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: Well, first of all, let's remember she's not exactly invincible. She was the anointed one before Barack Obama came along. She was also inevitable in 2008, didn't really make it. I think the Republicans simply have to put up a good candidate. I think the Republicans have the stronger argument. The country hasn't really done very well under Obama. There is no great joy about what he has achieved. He has a lot of liabilities. She escaped some of them, but not all of them. But if you put up a field and look at what the field is going to be.
We have got very attractive Senators, Rubio, Rand Paul, we have got young dynamic governors like Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida. The toxicity of the Bush name is about half life of about 8 years. Bobby Jindal. You know, you've got Paul Ryan, the vice presidential [nominee]. Imagine a field of 6 or 7 people of that quality and substance in debates and compare that with the debates last time around. I think the Republicans have a strong argument to make, they need a young, strong, attractive candidate. And there is no guarantee whatsoever that Hillary Clinton is going to win. (The O'Reilly Factor, August 13, 2013)