As long as an ongoing.FBI investigation, which could easily disqualify Clinton from even running for President, exists, there is no reason to drop the e-mail situation. Yes, politicians tend to overplay their hands against their opponents, but to think potential criminal activity should just be forgotten just because people are tired of hearing about it plays right into the Clinton playbook. Hillary has no one to blame for this situation but herself as she remains about as transparent as a brick wall. It is an effective strategy, judging from many of the comments, but I can't understand voting for someone who was such an incompetent Secretary of State with that glaring Clinton gene of dishonesty.
I also agree with the dislike of Bush 3.0 but Clinton 2.0 is absolutely no better. America does not stand for dynasties, regardless of party affiliation. The disarray in the Republican party is actually preferable to the lockstep, singlemindedness shown in the Democrat debate. How were Webb, Chaffee, and O'Malley even on that stage? The Democratic party is supposedly for the young and minorities yet all they have to offer are old white people. At the very least, the Republican field is diverse with many conflicting ideas being hashed out and creating the 'mess' that actually has the chance for innovation. It is obviously not pretty but this country was not built on the hivemind mentality some seem to want. Conflict and true debate bring about the best answers and help keep us out of the rut of political ruling families that the Revolution was fought against.