"The only force spotlighting age as a problem for Hillary is the GOP....and boy have they started their tirade about how "old and tired she looks." Clinton's poll ratings are in the 60s, far ahead of any possible GOP candidates and VP Biden. It seems more Americans want her to run than those who don't."
"I know she would probably blow Biden out of the water, he usually puts his foot in it some way or another which is why I hope she actually don't run in the end, like I said though, I doubt I get that lucky."
Unequivocally, these two politicians are different in temperament and policy, and Hillary has her act more together than Biden, that is, she is more of a professional politician than he is. I like the VP with or without his foot-in-mouth-disease. But like you I do not perceive his ever getting the Dem nomination.
"I haven't really kept up with Warren much...."
Ah!….. I have.
"I know she has a lot to say regarding inequality between the rich and the poor, but that is about the extent of what I know about her. Even knowing as little as I do about her, I would rather her run than Hillary too. "
Elizabeth Warren has this extraordinary ability to articulate to others the essence of any subject. She was a Harvard Law School professor and was recently nominated for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a special position to the Treasury Department and to head the effort to get the new federal agency branch standing by President Obama. The Republican congress opposed her for the position by dragging their feet. A native of Massachusetts, she withdrew her name for that nominated position and sought the senate, thereby opposing Scott Brown. Warren won, big time! Since her move to the senate she has made a fantastic name for herself while unnerving the GOP. Republicans will now have two unusually strong Democrats who will be tremendously effective, Clinton and Warren. They know the only way the Pukes can possibly gain victory over Clinton in 2016 is to outright steal the election via voter repression. The American people as a whole are not that familiar with Warren, a relative newcomer on the national scene, but like Barack Obama who came from seemingly out of nowhere, the same could very well occur with Senator Warren if Hillary stumbles or decides NOT to run.
Senator Elizabeth Warren seeks to narrow this widening gap between major business corporations and the American people, and you're right, this is what most concern her. In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, Warren served as chair of the Congressional Oversight and stated, "I'm really concerned that 'too big to fail' has become 'too big for trial.
I, too, wish Warren were running instead of Clinton; the former seems warmer, softer and more a people person.