Sunday Hillary Clinton announced that she was running for president and threw down the gauntlet to her conservative Republican challengers. Clinton is simply ignoring the fact that Americans still await truthful answers on Benghazi, her State Department emails and the funding controversy swirling around her foundation.
Clinton stressed Sunday, “Everyday Americans need a champion. And I want to be that champion.”
Will Americans embrace her untrustworthy track record, and how will conservative presidential contenders run against her legendary political juggernaut machine? She has proclaimed that she is the new champion of the middle class.
Does it means that she and not announced conservative candidates Sens. Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio will be sitting in the Oval Office in January of 2017?
With no real Democratic challengers on the horizon, the former secretary of state can simply refuel her campaign retread speeches from the 2008 cycle and unleash her new image on the American voting public. Can and will conservatives rise to the occasion and prevent Hillary from attaining her much sought after planned presidential coronation?
Are Americans going to be treated to a Barack Obama and Bill Clinton combined third term? Will America’s conservative religious values be allowed to wither and die? Fortunately, there are several effective political weapons in the arsenal of conservatives to help slow Hillary’s roll.
The Conservative Campaign Committee is one of the potent weapons, and the other is the Tea Party and its young leaders.
Join Selena Owens, vice chair of the Conservative Campaign Committee, and Mariah Tiffany Boland, a district coordinator for Convention of States and Coordinator at Tea Teams USA to discuss how conservative candidates can win and take back the White House in 2016 on Standing at Freedom’s Gate.
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