The GOP has started an online petition asking support from Americans for the GOP candidate in the 2016 Presidential election.
“For over six years, President Obama has shown us what top-down liberal policies look like: lost jobs, soaring debt, and a weakened global standing,” the petition suggests. “That’s why it is critical Republicans take back the White House. Our presidential candidates are presenting fresh ideas and bottom-up solutions for America’s future. Meanwhile, the Democrats are just settling for the same stale ideas and top-down, failed policies of the past.”
Earlier this month, the Republican National Committee (RNC) had released an ad entitled ‘Wrong for America’ ahead of Hillary Clinton’s New York City campaign re-launch.
The ad, according to RNC, highlights Clinton’s original rocky campaign rollout and how the American people view her as dishonest, out-of-touch, and untrustworthy. The ad is a continuation of the RNC’s six-figure #StopHillary campaign.
The new online petition claims that Republicans have the winning ideas, because their policies actually work.
“Our conservative policies provide Americans an equal opportunity for success, empower individuals to make their own decisions and strengthen America’s standing as a world leader,” according to the petition.
“Join the GOP in our fight to take back the White House,” says the party. So far, over 6,203 people have signed the online petition.
Photo courtesy: White House
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