For a few months now we have not been posting on this site, that will all change in the coming weeks. For the last few weeks I have been running: Mittromney2016central.weebly.com
Mitt Romney announced last Friday that he will not be running for President in 2016 so I decided to move on from that website. You may have noticed that the name of this website has also changed. It went from "Republican Central" to now "2016 Presidential Election." The url will stay the same.
I hope you all stay tuned.
Russia invades, China bullies, Iran spins centrifuges, the Islamic State (a terrorist threat “beyond anything that we’ve seen,” according to the defense secretary ) threatens — and Washington slashes the military. Reason stares.
The video was taken from a 2007 press conference when President Bush was President. In this he warns that if the United States withdraws too early from Iraq like many Democrats wanted to including Barack Obama the troops would eventually have to return to Iraq to face a stronger enemy. Seven years later President Bush was proven right. President Obama withdrew the troops and allowed a safe haven for terrorists to train, grow and demolish everything America risked to rebuild. Now Obama is faced with the inevitable idea that he has to send the troops back in to stop ISIS.
In 2015 Kentucky Senator Rand Paul will release his third book. Writing a book is considered one of the first steps for a person to take in order to run for President. The time in which Senator Paul will release his book is around the same time he said he would make a decision on running for President in 2016. Rand Paul did not say what the tittle of the book would be.
President Obama was reelected two years ago. Since Obama's reelection many Americans have felt buyers remorse. The overall country has not improved. The economy is still a mess, Obamacare is going nowhere, and his foreign policy is a weak turmoil mess.
Lets also not forget many of the predictions that Mitt Romney made back in the 2012 campaign have also came true.
Now according to a CNN poll released today if the 2012 Presidential election was held now, Mitt Romney would beat Barack Obama 53% to 44%. Obama won reelection two years ago with 51%.
With President Obama not taking immigration reform seriously, Republicans at all government levels are getting very angry with the President. Obama is going around the country blaming Republicans for not compromising and working with him to get immigration reform passed. We all know that's not true. Obama is the President of no, the President that believes its his way or the highway. Throughout Obama's term it has been evident that he does not compromise at all and Speaker Boehner has had enough of the blame game that Obama preaches.
Speaker John Boehner sharply criticized President Barack Obama for failing to take responsibility for the growing humanitarian crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border.
In the wake of a huge immigration debate on the rise, Governor Perry has come up to be the face of the Republicans on tough immigration reform. Much of this was caused by the overwhelming amount of young children crossing the boarder and seeking shelter in America.
With the rebuilding of Governor Perry's image many see this as the first steps of Rick Perry gearing up for another Presidential run in 2016.
As the political war over minors crossing the border continues to escalate, Texas Governor Rick Perry met with President Obama yesterday and demanded that he beef up border patrols and seek changes to federal law that would expedite the removal of arriving minors.
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