“Do you want to listen to Hillary Clinton for four years?” That’s what the Washington Examiner asks of voters. My answer is a resounding “no.”
Hillary says this election is “a moment of reckoning” – I think we can all agree on that – but Charles Krauthammer notes that there’s no substance when it comes to the Clinton campaign.
“She seeks the office because, well, it’s the next — the final — step on the ladder,” he states.
Republican Donald Trump had quite a bit to say during Hillary’s speech, as I’m sure you can imagine. He let loose with a series of blistering tweets that brought a dose of reality to the Democrats’ convention.
One of my favorites was: “No one has worse judgement than Hillary Clinton — corruption and devastation follows her wherever she goes.” There are plenty more – which of Trump’s comments was your favorite? That’s the first question in our new Weekly Poll.
For a sweeping indictment of Hillary Clinton and all the corruption she represents, I urge you to check out the documentary “Clinton Cash,” which you can watch free at Breitbart.com.
As a voters, what do you think is the most important reason to watch a film like “Clinton Cash?” That’s the second question in this week’s poll – I know that Conservative Party friends and supporters stay informed, so I’m interested to see what you have to say.
In his Wednesday night speech, President Obama painted a far rosier picture than most U.S. voters see – leading Investor’s Business Daily to ask Americans, “Are you better off than you were seven years ago?”
I think that’s a great inspiration for the third Poll question this week, with a slightly different spin: Just how much worse off is our nation, in your opinion, after seven years of Obama?
There’s bad news just for liberals, too: As Democrats have no established themselves as “the party of safe socialism,” according to Rich Lowry – but Bernie Sanders’ supporters aren’t buying it, and neither are millennials, it seems.
Have a great weekend!