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  •  Hillary was such a good SecState, that.... (18+ / 0-)

    ...there is endless footage of Republicans from every corner praising her to the skies.  They'll come in very handy when they start trying to backtrack.

    If she runs: lots of GOP crow eating ahead.

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    •  Reason for favoring her: DINO (2+ / 0-)
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      ... especially when she talked about US presence in Africa to protect American (oil) interests for many years to come, and "helping" their countries to achieve some form of democracy.  That plays right into Repuke/PNAC goals of world domination.

      That translated in my brain to MORE Endless Global War on Terror.

      $h!t.

      We'll never win any prizes for being able to mind our own business and let other countries sort things out for themselves.  Many countries already detest us as the Big Brother overlords in the world who have tossed human rights and civil rights out the window.  If we go in to control Africa, that means we will be universally detested, hated, and will never gain anyone's respect ever again.

      This screams for accelerated programs to get alternative energy sources up and running, including efficient electric cars - FAST - so we do not have to depend on oil for much of anything and will be able to be self-sufficient in terms of energy in the future.

      I hate war!  It is a waste of lives and money.

      I'm sick of attempts to steer this nation from principles evolved in The Age of Reason to hallucinations derived from illiterate herdsmen. ~ Crashing Vor

      by NonnyO on Thu Jan 24, 2013 at 12:26:22 PM PST

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