I like Reich, I really do.
But he's delusional when it comes to Clinton.
In her first hundred days she may throw some table scraps to the left on hot button issues like abortions and guns - the Supreme Court effectively took marriage equality off the table, but there are still many forms of discrimination against the LGBT community, so she might address that. She might also say a few words against whatever horrific police murder of an innocent black man (or woman) happens.
She'll put that no fly zone in Syria. Will probably back that up with more U.S. troops. She'll start increasing the rhetoric against Assad and the press will be happy to gin up the public for a war against Assad - which will in essence become a proxy war against Russia.
We'll probably start hearing more anti-Iranian talk. I don't think Clinton will want to actually start a war against Iran in her first 100 days. Two new fronts would stress the military - but the drumbeat will start. An attack on Iran is probably two or three years out - maybe four. But with Clinton in the White House it's coming.
I wouldn't expect her to attack Social Security/Medicare/Medicaid in the first 100 days, but any pronouncements about the budget will include talk of the painful measures that will be needed.
So I wonder if, at the end of her first hundred days, if Reich will look back and talk about how disappointed he is - but that at least she's still not Trump.
Vote Sane: Vote Green.