Election 2016

Letter to Hillary Clinton

Beware of candidates like Donald Trump. We have watched you begin to make the same mistakes of 2008. Whether you think Trump is embarrassing, a joke that says offensive things to women or anybody who stands in his way to me is irrelevant at this stage and on this game. Remember our 2008 earlier believe that America was not ready ... Read More »

Election 2016: How Significant?

The time has come for the greatest nation on earth to have their first woman president and commander in chief. Most civilized world had at a time in their existence ruled by a woman. This country “United States of America” awaits their first woman commander in chief and Hillary may have been destined to be the woman.  This is not ... Read More »

Did the Experiment Work? Case for Hillary Clinton on election 2016

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While most Americans love Barack Obama , moreover the democrats, his presidency has not produced the expectation of  majority of the country. Evidence of this is seen in polls and white house desperation to produce a legacy for the president that has less than 2 years in office. Most politicians were afraid that a new and different kind of politician ... Read More »

Hillary Clinton declares 2016 Democratic presidential bid

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Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has formally entered the 2016 race for the White House in a bid to become the first woman US president.She launched her campaign website on Sunday, telling Americans she wanted to be their “champion”.Mrs Clinton ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008 but lost to Barack Obama.The overwhelming Democratic favourite, she had ... Read More »

Why Hillary Clinton Is Probably Going to Win the 2016 Election

Unless the economy goes into a recession over the next year and a half, Hillary Clinton is probably going to win the presidential election. The United States has polarized into stable voting blocs, and the Democratic bloc is a bit larger and growing at a faster rate. Of course, not everybody who follows politics professionally believes this. Many pundits feel ... Read More »

Ted Cruz Announces 2016 GOP Presidential Bid

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, whose combative approach to politics has helped guide the Republican Party’s right wing, entered the 2016 presidential race on Monday, kicking off a primary-election debate about how aggressively conservative the GOP should be as it seeks to recapture the White House. “I’m running for president,” Mr. Cruz said in a Twitter post, becoming the first major ... Read More »

Rand Paul Announces Presidential Run

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Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky officially declared himself a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday, promising a crowd of cheering supporters that he is ready to shake up Washington and disprove those in his own party who doubt that a fiercely libertarian conservative can be a serious contender. “The Washington machine that gobbles up our freedoms and invades every nook ... Read More »

Marco Rubio declares presidential bid

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Sen. Marco Rubio cast himself as the forward-looking candidate to lead the nation toward a new American century when he announced his presidential bid Monday, framing the election as a “generational choice” for Americans. “Grounded by the lessons of our history, but inspired by the promise of our future, I announce my candidacy for President of the United States of America,” ... Read More »

Ted Cruz going on Obamacare

Ted Cruz is going on Obamacare. The newly announced Republican presidential candidate told Rodhamhillary.com Dana Bash on Tuesday that he will sign up for health care coverage through the Affordable Care Act — a law he has been on a crusade to kill. “We’ll be getting new health insurance and we’ll presumably do it through my job with the Senate, ... Read More »

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