Hannity’s Headlines: 2016 Field Grows

2016 Field Grows
As Hillary Clinton launches her campaign (again), Jeb Bush and Donald Trump enter the race for the GOP nomination. Both Bush and Trump will have their respective hours on Hannity in what is shaping up to be a busy week.

Democrats have been quick to criticize Jeb Bush for a number of issues, big and small. His logo, for example, is “Jeb!” Democrats take this to mean that he is scared to use his own last name. In an age where many Americans say they do not want dynasties in our political system, that’s an easy jab. But one could also consider it a statement on Jeb’s part that he is his own man.

At the end of the day, this race isn’t going to be won or lost because of slogans and logos. What will ultimately matter are ideas and connecting with the voters.

This is where Hillary Clinton fails, big time.

It’s no secret that Hillary isn’t exactly as charismatic as her husband, nor Barack Obama. This is why it is interesting that Hillary’s campaign is seeking to remake the Obama coalition, when they fail to recognize that she lacks one key ingredient: She’s not Barack Obama.

Couple her lack of likeability with her scandals and baggage, her lack of trustworthiness, and he lack of real accomplishments while in office, and it is shaping up to be a difficult road for Hillary.

I’ve said it before: Hillary is, at best, a mediocre candidate. This is the case for all of the reasons stated above.

And Hillary is not operating in an isolated bubble on the Democratic side of the ticket. Bernie Sanders is making some real headway in the polls. While Clinton is still the front-runner, her numbers are slipping. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders is gaining. A new survey of Democratic New Hampshire voters show 32% would support Sanders. Now, compare that to 44% who say they will support Clinton, but 32% is still an impressive showing!

Sanders is running a hard Left campaign, which is no surprise. In his quest to turn America into a European-socialist utopia, Sanders has been pushing ideas like free college education and guaranteed paid vacation.

Hillary Clinton has decided to run on a similar side of the Democratic aisle. She is running a hard-Left campaign that is diametrically opposite of what Bill Clinton did in the 1990s. If she were smart, she would have gone this route. But instead, Hillary’s campaign goal is to divide us along charged social issues such as gay marriage. She also seeks to demonize the rich and successful, which is comical if you consider how rich the Clintons are, earning $30 million in the last 16 months alone.

Her ideas are tired and worn. They are a throwback to the 1960s. And yet Hillary has the amazing audacity to claim that Republicans are running on the ideas of yesterday.

What you saw on Saturday was a woman trapped in the past, with baggage on top of it, with people not trusting her and unable to name anything impressive that she’s achieved. This is the moment she should be riding high, but instead she is struggling.

Benghazi Back in the News
Unfortunately for Hillary Clinton’s campaign, Benghazi is once again back in the news.

This week, Hillary friend and unofficial advisor Sidney Blumenthal is before the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

Blumenthal was acting as an unofficial advisor on Libya to Hillary while she was Secretary of State.

It turns out that some of Clinton’s Benghazi emails linked to Blumenthal had been withheld from the committee … until now.

What is it going to take to have full transparency from Hillary and the State Department when it comes to Benghazi?

Source: Politico

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