Monday, March 12, 2018

Editorial: Do the Hillary Whores ever take responsibility?

They live in their own little bubble, Hillary and Her Vaginal Secretions.  It's a fact free world, divorced from reality and actual events.

Take this delusional nut case.

We need to get rid of the Electoral college system , We have lost not just one Great President Hillary Clinton but two , because of this Electoral college system and ended up with Donald Trump and George Bush , that sent us to a Iraq war and worse recession ! Vote Democrat !

We agree that the Electoral College should be abolished.  We even agree that Al Gore won in 2000.  Where we don't agree is that Hillary's not responsible for the Iraq War.  She voted for it, you nut job Max Silva.

She voted for it and supported it.

Her only 'mistake' was to trust that Bully Boy Bush would send more troops to Iraq -- that's what she's identified as her mistake.

Or take this little bitch.

Replying to  
If all you care about is Hillary Clinton's vote for the Iraq War you are a part of the reason that Donald Trump is president.

It wasn't just her vote for the Iraq War, it was also her refusal to help atone for the vote once she became Secretary of State -- her refusal -- even when asked -- to help Iraqi women when she was Secretary of State.

Brad, you little bitch who'll rot in hell, the Iraq War has destroyed the lives of Iraqis.

How dare you, you piece of bitch trash, pretend that Hillary's actions don't matter.

Or take this bottom feeder.

Absolutely. Sarandon had no problem whatsoever that John Edwards voted for the Iraq war, was too busy promoting him, and kissing up to him. She preferred Trump to Hillary, even though PENCE voted for the Iraq war.

Susan Sarandon did not 'prefer' Trump to Hillary, she wasn't impressed by either.  But reading is hard when you're so busy sucking ass, right Elizabeth Logan?

Also John Edwards?  He apologized for his vote -- something Hillary refused to do.  She wouldn't even call it a mistake until Barack Obama used it to destroy her in the 2008 Democratic Party primaries.

November 13, 2005, Edwards wrote in a WASHINGTON POST column:

I was wrong.
Almost three years ago we went into Iraq to remove what we were told -- and what many of us believed and argued -- was a threat to America. But in fact we now know that Iraq did not have weapons of mass destruction when our forces invaded Iraq in 2003. The intelligence was deeply flawed and, in some cases, manipulated to fit a political agenda.
It was a mistake to vote for this war in 2002. I take responsibility for that mistake. It has been hard to say these words because those who didn't make a mistake -- the men and women of our armed forces and their families -- have performed heroically and paid a dear price.
The world desperately needs moral leadership from America, and the foundation for moral leadership is telling the truth.

How dumb are you, Elizabeth Logan?  You are real idiot who doesn't know a damn thing about anything.

Hillary refused to apologize for her vote.

Susan Sarandon supported Edwards in 2008 because he appeared to have learned from the Iraq War and because he talked about economic issues.  You're a stupid idiot Elizabeth who shouldn't be allowed on social media.

Edwards again apologized for his vote in 2007.

What was Hillary doing in 2007?

Let's go to Patrick Healy (NEW YORK TIMES) for that answer:

One of the most important decisions that Senator Hillary Rodham Clintonmade about her bid for the presidency came late last year when she ended a debate in her camp over whether she should repudiate her 2002 vote authorizing military action in Iraq.
Several advisers, friends and donors said in interviews that they had urged her to call her vote a mistake in order to appease antiwar Democrats, who play a critical role in the nominating process. Yet Mrs. Clinton herself, backed by another faction, never wanted to apologize — even if she viewed the war as a mistake — arguing that an apology would be a gimmick.
[. . .]

Yet antiwar anger has festered, and yesterday morning Mrs. Clinton rolled out a new response to those demanding contrition: She said she was willing to lose support from voters rather than make an apology she did not believe in.
“If the most important thing to any of you is choosing someone who did not cast that vote or has said his vote was a mistake, then there are others to choose from,” Mrs. Clinton told an audience in Dover, N.H., in a veiled reference to two rivals for the nomination, Senator Barack Obama of Illinois and former Senator John Edwards of North Carolina.

Little bitches who don't know their history should voluntarily leave social media.  They have nothing to offer and they embarrass not only themselves but the national discourse.

Here's REUTERS in March of 2008:

U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama on Wednesday said his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton had shown a lack of judgment when she voted in 2002 to authorize the Iraq war.
In a speech marking the fifth anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, Obama said Clinton talks tough on national security but the vote contributed to the error President George W. Bush made in launching a war that has made America less safe. 
“Here is the stark reality: there is a security gap in this country — a gap between the rhetoric of those who claim to be tough on national security, and the reality of growing insecurity caused by their decisions,” Obama said in a speech in Fayetteville, North Carolina. 
Obama is vying with Clinton to face Republican Sen. John McCain in the November election. Obama underscored a vow to end the war and said his early opposition to the war showed he was best placed to make a“clean break” from the Republican approach on Iraq.

Also in March of 2008, Bill Adair (POLITIFACT):

Asked about a new report that found no connection between al-Qaida and the old Iraqi government before the U.S. invasion, Sen. Barack Obama said it shows that Sen. Hillary Clinton had poor judgment in 2002 when she repeated claims from the Bush administration to support its plan to go to war.
"President Bush and Dick Cheney insisted there was a connection. Senator Clinton on the floor of the Senate suggested that there was such a connection," Obama said in an interview on MSNBC's Hardball on March 11, 2008. "I think it was part of a series of misjudgments that have not only cost us dearly in terms of lives lost and people who are injured, has distracted us from Afghanistan and our ability to pin down bin Laden and al-Qaida, but has also cost us hundreds of billions of dollars."
Wait, we're not done.  From CNN, October 11, 2007:

 Sen. Barack Obama on Thursday criticized a recent vote by Democratic presidential rival Sen. Hillary Clinton as helping to give President Bush a "blank check" to take military action against Iran.
"We know in the past that the president has used some of the flimsiest excuses to try to move his agenda regardless of what Congress says," Obama said in an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer.
Last month, Clinton voted to support a resolution declaring Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, an elite part of the Iranian military, a foreign terrorist group. (The nonbinding amendment to the Defense Authorization Act passed by a 76-22 vote.)
[. . .]
Obama said Clinton also had shown "flawed" judgment during the vote to authorize the Iraq war five years ago.
"We know that there was embodied in this legislation, or this resolution sent to the Senate, language that would say our Iraqi troop structures should in part be determined by our desire to deal with Iran," Obama said. "Now if you know that in the past the president has taken a blank check and cashed it, we don't want to repeat that mistake."
September 8, 2016, Scott Beauchamp (THE ATLANTIC) called her out for her meager words being passed off as an apology:

Taking Clinton at her word that she really did believe, despite evidence to the contrary, that Saddam was still harboring WMDs in 2002, it became evident pretty soon after the invasion that there was no smoking gun. So why didn’t she apologize in 2004? In 2006? How about when she ran for president in 2008? Why wait 12 years to offer an apology based on facts that hadn’t changed over the previous decade? In fact, the only major shifts between Clinton’s vote and her newfound contrition were the failure of America’s nation-building project in Iraq and the overwhelming sway of public opinion against the war. It’s a set of circumstances that leave only a few disheartening interpretations of Clinton’s behavior. In one, she shifted her own rhetoric out of expediency. In another, she agreed with the basic tenets of Bush’s nation-building program, but believed he botched the follow-through. But she doesn’t refer to either in her vague expression of regret in Hard Choices.
Like many of the issues of the Iraq War itself, what Clinton might have specifically gotten wrong hangs in the air, unexamined and unexplored. Her mea culpas never address her failures on a granular level. Her apologies never hint at a transformative lesson that fundamentally altered her ideas of organized state violence.

Though dumb bitches like Brad Belmont and Elizabeth Logan don't know their facts and try to rewrite history, the reality is that Hillary is a War Hawk and that her Iraq War vote did and does matter.

If they're angry about The Precious being called out in public, they should farm some of that anger out onto Barack Obama because he rode the issue into the White House in 2008 and people weren't going to forget that in 2016.

Take responsibility and stop lying.

Millions are dead in Iraq and, yes, Hillary Clinton is one of the people responsible for those deaths.

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