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Although we are only 4 months removed from the 2014 midterm elections, elections which saw Republicans sweep to power, it isn’t too early to start thinking about who is going to be our next Commander in Chief once President Obama is out of office.
Below are the top 10 signs that you, as an American are diffidently ready for the 2016 Presidential Election.
1. Your already finding reasons to disqualify Hillary Clinton from being elected.
Hillary haters are already at it, most recently a report surfacing that Clinton linked her personal email accounts with her public email accounts and it has Republicans and others saying that she put our national security at risk. Clinton admits she made a mistake but claims she did not put the country’s national security at risk.
2. The books
Candidates who plan to run for president often write books right before they launch their Presidential campaigns, like Barack Obama did when he wrote The Audacity of Hope. If you find yourself in the bookstore buying the latest book from potential candidates, Andrew Cuomo or Scott Walker, your probably ready for the upcoming Presidential Election.
3. You keep reminding yourself you dont want to see another Clinton or Bush in The White House
Both Hillary Clinton and former Florida Governor, Jeb Bush, are poised to run this time around. Many Liberal and Conservative groups are going after both candidates saying “the nation doesn’t want another Clinton or Bush in The White House.” If you find yourself saying the same exact thing, you just might be ready to back an alternate candidate in this upcoming election.
4. The yard signs
Millions of Americans purchased yard signs for either Mitt Romney or Barack Obama during the 2012 Presidential Election. The number of yard signs bought in this Presidential Election is expected to jump up once again.
5. Politicians are all of a sudden coming to a town near you
If you find yourself living in Iowa, New Hampshire or South Carolina and see that prominent politicians are making an unusual amount of visits to give speeches, then your probably ready for this upcoming election. Rand Paul just got back from New Hampshire to give a speech. Hillary Clinton was in Iowa for a steak fry a few months ago. Politicians tend to give speeches and meet citizens in the early primary and caucus states over a year before the election. This time around, it looks to be the same.
Via Freedom OutPost