Jimmy Kimmel highlighted that many of Hillary Clinton supporters don’t know what she even stands for. Lie Witness News asked supporters of the former First Lady about her tax plan, except it wasn’t her tax plan.
It was Donald Trump’s tax plan.
All of the Hillary supporters enthusiastically agreed with the tax plan when they believed it was Hillary’s. But, when it was revealed to them that it was Donald Trump’s, things got funny.
Jimmy Kimmel ended the segment by saying, “The conclusion? None of us deserve to vote.”
Every Presidential election, pollsters ask voters which candidate they would rather have a beer with. This seemingly silly question is marginally important because Americans want to like their President. They want a President who is both a leader and relatable.
Marco Rubio’s campaign highlighted his likability in an ad of the Senator answering questions while catching footballs. Voters who didn’t already know will learn that Rubio was a college football player.
The ad also plays off an “oops” at the Iowa State Fair in which a young boy dropped a pass Rubio threw at him. Rather than run from the fumble, Rubio embraced it, reaching out to the child in an engaging and relatable manner.
This ad shows how well Rubio would perform in a general election matchup with Hillary Clinton. The former First Lady has trust and relatability issues with voters. Rubio is not only likable, he is well versed on the topics and has specific action items.
Do you think voters relate to Marco Rubio? Please join the discussion.
The Washington Free Beacon released a Supercuts video of Hillary dodging questions that show that she’s not prepared for the Presidency.
“Noteworthy moments from the Clinton campaign trail include dodging the press for more than 40,000 minutes, refusing to answer basic human questions such as what her favorite flavor of ice cream is, and roping off the press like cattle during a parade.
A Free Beacon analysis found that Clinton is an expert at deflecting questions. She employs a masterful combination of buzzwords, circular reasoning, and inspiring tone to disguise her non-answers.
Therefore, it is safe to assume Clinton would be a first-round pick for a recess dodgeball game. After all, if you can dodge a question, you can dodge a ball.”
If you could ask Hillary Clinton a question that she had to answer, what would it be? Please comment below.
Appearing on the Morning Joe program on MSNBC, Mitt Romney was asked what he thought of Hillary Clinton’s second campaign roll out, and his response was beautiful.
Romney blasted Clinton, suggesting that no matter what she’s talking about, she doesn’t seem like “she believes everything she’s saying.”
“When you see her on a stage or when she comes into a room full of people, she’s smiling with her mouth, but her eyes are saying ‘Where’s my latte?'”
The line drew laughter from host Joe Scarborough.
Take a look at Romney’s quip below…
Romney accurately pointed out that “people wonder, can they really trust Hillary Clinton?”
BRZEZINSKI: “I am just wondering, what your thoughts were on Hillary Clinton’s sort of secondary rollout over the weekend, and the messages that she sent.”
ROMNEY: “I thought the text touched the various places she needs to touch to try and keep her base intact. Somehow, though, when you see her on a stage or when she comes into a room full of people, she is smiling with her mouth, but her eyes are saying, you know, where’s my latte? It doesn’t suggest that she believes everything she’s saying. I was afraid as I watched the speech, in some respects perhaps it was that it’s so different than what she said in the past that I was finding it a bit jarring. But, you know, I’m sure she’ll become more effective as time goes on. At this stage, what does she really believe? I think people wonder, can they really trust Hillary Clinton.”
Comment: Can the American people trust Hillary Clinton? Do you trust her? Tell us why or why not below.
“First of all, I think it’s demagoguery. And secondly, if she wants to sue somebody, let her sue New York,” Kasich said. “In Ohio, we have like 27 days of early voting. OK, 27 days, a couple hundred hours. In New York, the only early voting — there is none. The only voting that occurs is on Election Day? What is she talking about?”
“I like Hillary, but I gotta tell you — the idea that we are going to divide Americans and we’re going to use demagoguery, I don’t like it,” Kasich said. “Now, I haven’t said a word about Hillary, but to come into the state of Ohio and say we are repressing the vote when New York has only Election Day and we have 27 days, what’s she — come on! That’s just silliness. I’m disappointed in her, frankly.”
Kasich railed on Hillary asking, “Why don’t you go sue your own people?”
He added that the presidential hopeful “ought to know better.”
She ought to, but she doesn’t. Ever.
Watch Kasich go off (2:15 mark) …
Comment: Is Kasich right when he says Hillary’s opposition to current voter laws is no more than race-baiting demagoguery?
On Thursday, it seemed like the latest GOP talking point involved the party’s complete alienation of Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), the Tea Party sweetheart who credited ISIS’s existence to party policy hawks. The resulting infighting is what we’ve coming to expect of American politics et al., but none of that matters in the eyes of the America’s Liberty PAC — a super PAC dedicated to Paul’s 2016 bid for the presidency.
They’re so dedicated, in fact, that they made one of the most American American ads for the conservative libertarian who hails from Kentucky.
The video urges Americans to prepare themselves for “the biggest brawl for liberty of the century” as Paul fights to defend American against the Patriot Act under the Capitol Dome. President Obama and several Republican contenders for 2016 are hammered in the ad, which features screeching bald eagles, Paul’s head superimposed onto a shirtless bodybuilder, and multiple clouds of flames.