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Obama Destroys Hillary Clinton's Future Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Nov 5, 2014, 08:55 pm

$ 1Ahagbeast.jpgSome people might say that Barry Obama is the worst President in U.S. history. But I say otherwise, because he saved Americans from having Hillary Clinton get elected to the White House in 2016. Now, the Democrat Party must scramble to search for another Presidential candidate who has no connections with Obama and so Hillary Clinton is stained, since she served as U.S. Secretary of State during Obama's first term. Let's never forget about Benghazi. 

According to CBS News, "One Republican in particular was not about to let Clinton get away with such an unsuccessful record in the 2014 elections. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, made it personal when he tweeted, "You didnt think it could get worse than your book tour? It did. Courtesy of the U.S. voters." He linked to a Facebook page that shows Clinton campaigning for and sometimes arm and arm with six Democratic Senate candidates and incumbents who lost on Tuesday, with the damning hashtag, "HillarysLosers."

Rand Paul is quoted as saying that, "You didnt think it could get worse than your book tour? It did. Courtesy of the U.S. voters."

As reported by CBS News, "Paul, one of the several Republicans who has already begun trying to tear Clinton down before there are any official candidates in the 2016 election, is unlikely to let the meme go in the coming months."

Who will be the mystery candidate to run for President as the Democrat Party nominee in 2016? 

To read the entire article from CBS News, link here:

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