Back during the last Republican presidential primary, Richard Land could not stop talking about how Fred Thompson was a “Southern-fried Reagan” who possessed “a tantalizing combination of charisma, conviction and electability,” while gushing that to “see Fred work a crowd must be what it was like to watch Rembrandt paint.”
Of course, Thompson’s presidential campaign ended up being monumental bust … but that hasn’t stopped Land from fancying himself a political prognosticator and offering up inane “predictions” about how Hillary Clinton is going to resign as Secretary of State in order to launch a primary challenge against President Obama:
Dr. Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, believes the American people are unhappy with the Obama agenda, and he predicts that a GOP tsunami is coming.
“I think what you’re going to see in November is a massive backlash saying, ‘No — we want to restore this country to a country where we understand obligations and responsibilities, and we’re not going to focus so much on rights and privileges,'” Land suggests. “I think that there is a tsunami coming.”
But even if the Democratic Party gets thrashed, he does not think Obama will moderate his left-wing ideology.
“If this is as bad as I think it’s going to be, I’ll make a prediction for you: Within 30 days, Hillary Clinton will resign as secretary of state, and she will shortly after that announce that she’s running for president. She will say that Barack Obama abandoned the Israelis, [but] she will not; she will support Israel, and…the only thing that stands between the Democratic Party and a political debacle is Hillary Clinton,” the ERLC president suggests.
Election Day is November 2, which means that, according to Land, Clinton will resign by December 2 … so let’s check back in then and see how Land’s prediction is faring, shall we?