kingofhill

It goes without saying that if you are perceived to be the, “King of the Hill” and want to protect your turf it would be wise to be in tip-top shape if your intending on being successful in fighting your opponent and retaining your position on top of the hill. Apparently, this advice was never given to Hillary Clinton. Just two days before formally announcing her candidacy for the president of the United States she has already found herself in a losing battle with at least one republican presidential candidate. In states like Colorado, Iowa and Virginia Hillary Clinton is losing ground to Kentucky senator Rand Paul.

The falling poll numbers that accompany miss Hillary can only be attributed to her boring and uninspiring campaign strategy that Barry Soetoro used when he ran for office in 2008. You see no one knew who Barry Soetoro was so it was easy for him to stick to the, “No Drama Obama” campaign strategy that shielded him from lengthy interviews from the media. The media didn’t have any real interest in Barry’s past so his campaign didn’t have to worry about any old personal issues to arise.. On the other hand, with Hillary Clinton there is so much baggage in her past it has produced volumes of headlines, newspaper articles, books and special prosecutor investigations, There are so many unanswered questions that still remain and they extend all the way back to her days as First Lady of Arkansas, First Lady of the United States, senator of New York and Secretary of State. Her life has been so scandalous and secretive that even today new allegations are coming to light about an illegal, “Pay to Play” scheme involving Hillary using her job at the State Department to financially enrich the family business that is named the Clinton Foundation.

This past week Hillary and her team failed miserably in remaking the 67 year old candidate into a brand new champion that will fight for average every day Americans. For someone who has been in the public eye for over 30 years you would have thought she would know the ins and outs of a typical political campaign by now. With all the baggage that surrounds her whether it pertains to her time as First Lady, senator from New York or Secretary of State, she must be held accountable for all her previous actions. If she thinks she can run a stealthy campaign that Barry Soetoro ran in 2008 she will be sorely mistaken. When you’ve been in the public eye as long as miss Hillary has, there is a history that you have already made for yourself whether it is favorable or not. Getting rid of that history is proving to be a little more difficult for Hillary than just deleting a few emails.