If I Could Question Hillary Clinton…

bengaziI am an admirer of Wayne Allen Root.  He has a weekly video commentary that is carried through Bob Livingston’s Personal Liberty newsletter. I don’t know the newsletter’s circulation, but I find Mr. Root’s ideas timely and spot on about the things that are going on in this country.  I would like to help a fellow American out and share some of his ideas about branding.

Root’s recent message about branding Hillary Clinton prior to the 2016 election are superb and if the RNC would listen to him for five minutes, they would have a REAL game plan to crush the DNC long before the election. (They could really use some kind of a clue, Jeb Bush, are you serious? No offense to Gov. Bush, but let’s get real.)

This is our country. We want and need a true conservative candidate for the 2016 election. We do not want another moderate progressive candidate.  After reading Mr. Root’s ideas on branding, I believe that airtime should have the following script:

“Candidate Clinton, What if terrorists plant a bomb in one of our major cities, killing thousands?”

“What difference does it make?”

“Candidate Clinton, the State Department under your leadership has a financial discrepancy of Six Billion Dollars of Tax Payer Money that cannot be explained. Can you give us details on that lack of internal control under your watch?”

“What difference does it make?”

“Candidate Clinton, sitting with us today are the parents of Ambassador Stevens and the three others that fell at Benghazi without any aid or support. Can you tell them why troops and air cover available to them were told to stand down allowing them to die?”

“What difference does it make?”

“Candidate Clinton, thousands of people have lost their health insurance to the Affordable Care Act. Many more stand to lose both their doctors and their healthcare. This is legislation from an administration you actively supported. What do you plan to do about this lack of coverage?”

“What difference does it make?’

It makes a great deal of difference to the average American.  We need a president, a Senate and Congress that will go about the messy business of repairing all of the damage done by this administration. It is a monumental task that will take God knows how long to undo the damage that last six years and the two to come will have done.

It makes a great deal of difference to the average American. Those who have family in our military and diplomatic service want to know that their loved ones will be protected to the highest level of our ability in a foreign crisis.

The blood of Ambassador Stevens and the others who fell on September 11, 2012 calls out to each of us for truth and justice. As Secretary of State, Clinton was at the helm that night. She was the one who should have given the extra security that was requested BEFORE the attack.  If she was told to have military help stand down, we need to know who ordered their abandonment. We need to know NOW.

We do not need another weak leader who has put us to ridicule in the eyes of the world.  If the RNC will grow a pair and start making an effort to represent their constituency, the ball has been thrown directly into their court. It could not be easier. They need to stop their go along to get along, RINO ways and act!  If they choose not to be aggressive, conservative voters need to pull away from the party and look for financial backing and organization for a third party to represent them.

Everyone with a pen, a computer or a telephone should get on a first name basis with their Congressman and Senator. This weekend in Nevada has shown that numbers are key to defeating an overreaching Federal Government.

We are the people, each and every one of us can make a difference!

Candace Hardin Littlejohn

Georgia PolitiChick Candace Hardin Littlejohn lives in Atlanta, Georgia, but grew up in Western North Carolina. She has been greatly influenced in her writing by the culture in the Appalachians. Candace attributes her love of words to her Mother, who taught her to read at four years old. She is the creator and publisher of the literary magazine, Bohemian Renaissance, a magazine designed to launch emerging writers to publication, while providing good literature and art free to the community. Candace is 100% fluent in Spanish and a student of Latin. She loves dogs and spending time with friends and family. Visit Candace's website: http://kandisays.blogspot.com/

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