Regardless, someone has to run against her and at least make her work to get re-elected. She cannot be allowed to run unopposed.
Oh, I agree somebody has to run against her, and there is always some outside chance something bad will crop up and bite her. But it will have to be a much better candidate than Lazio (not sure who that would be -- NY GOP pickings are pretty slim.) Her negative ratings in a poll taken a few days ago were only 28 percent; that's going to have to go up quite a bit in the next year and a half. A conviction of her chief fund raiser might help, but her followers are so ga-ga that I doubt anything short of murdering Slick Willie would hurt her much.