Looking back over Mrs. Clinton’s tenure at the State Department it appears to me entirely possible that she did not deal with any classified information.
And, Our U.S. Foreign Policy seems to reflect, and lend credibility, to her claim…
Benghazi, and a Video which supposedly Murdered our Diplomat
Up-Arming Mexican Drug Cartels
The Middle East Meltdown and Rise of ISIS
North Korea getting Nuclear Weapons
Iran soon to follow
A Deteriorating relationship with Israel
Russian Invasion of Ukraine after ‘Reset’ button Diplomacy
China Building Military bases in the Philippines
And, I believe John Kerry is following along in her comfortable shoes. Hopefully he has a Personal Server being ‘guarded’ by the Secret Service.
However some remain skeptical.
As for me… I’m Ready!
I wonder who the Republicans will run?
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This is the new Slogan for United States Foreign Policy…
and now Domestic Policy as well.
Apparently what limited effectiveness being demonstrated on the Border, just as overseas, had to be addressed.
So the Current Administration has handed down new rules dictating how our Border Patrol must conduct themselves.
From this day Forward! Border Patrol officers must retreat when faced with suspects throwing rocks. The Officers will no longer be allowed to defend themselves.
It seems Border Patrol Agents have become too effective at deterring individuals who wish to travel to this country without entering legally… In the simplest terms, Border Enforcement has been oppressing those who are seeking Amnesty here in the United States.
You might be saying to yourself “… this is ridiculous.”, Among other things.
I would offer, It makes Complete Sense.
When you’re dealing with an extremely Complicated World having different policies for issues that arise Overseas versus those issues which occur right here at home is Counterproductive. Not only that, It’s difficult, hard to manage and exhausting. In fact, it can lead to Vast Confusion… even a break down in Morale.
In order to offer a happy, safe and nurturing workplace for U.S. Domestic Military the Administration has decided to make sure the Rules are Consistent, Transparent and Known by all. And, they would only subject to change, without notice, by Administration Officials occasionally. Above all, Consistency is the most important Policy Goal… unless determined otherwise.
Promoting a Friendly Border, just like our current Promotion of a Friendly Europe and South America, is incredibly important. So the Replication of U.S. Foreign Policy within our National Borders is logical and will be Warmly Welcomed, once Those effected understand the Benefits. The result, and implementation period, of this Improvement should mirror the Enormous Successes experienced with the Affordable Care Act.
It is Exactly this type of Progressive Thinking which will lead the United States into the 20th Century and elevates our status among Nations. It is also this type of Mindset which will accelerate the realization of The New American Man.
It’s more than a Slogan, it’s more than A Way of Life, it’s more than the Right Thing to Do…
It’s the New Normal!
You’ll get used to it, or not.
It Doesn’t Really Matter!
(“It’s Doesn’t Really Matter!” is a license Trademark of the Hillary 2016 Campaign and should not be used without express permission. “Forward!”, “Just Concede!” and “It’s the New Normal!” are being borrowed with consent from Organizing For America and CPA respectively.)
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Let’s make it Official.
We’ve already handed over Georgia and Syria to the New Soviets, we might as well let them have the Ukraine. We should probably think about Moldova, Hungary, The Czech Republic and Slovakia as well as the rest of Eastern Europe.
We might seriously consider handing the entirety of Germany back… it just doesn’t seem Fair that they didn’t get the whole thing in the first place. I know… I know… Germany might not go for that, but at least we could let the World know we would be OK with it and if Germany wants to fight they’ll be on their own. Hell, throw in Greece… they can’t do any worse. And, it’s about time France and Italy learn how to defend themselves.
We’ve already ignored those wanting Freedom in Iran in 2008… even though we urged them for 30-years Rise Up against Tyranny.
They did… We didn’t. So why the pretense now? Send the Iranian Mullahs plans for a Real Nuke, and toss in some cutting edge crowd control devices, then be done with it.
North Korea? Who Cares? Our South Korean Ambassador has probably never been to South Korea anyway… And shouldn’t there really be just One Korea?
Let China have it… to paraphrase the Greatest Secretary of State the U.S. has ever had; “At this point what difference does it make?” Oh, and China acts like they want Africa too… Good with Me.
Venezuela… Surely with enough Wax and American Ingenuity we could resurrect Chavez…
We might as well turn all Shipping Security over to the Somalis. All of it… World Wide.
Latin America? Where are the Sandinistas when you need them? We should get the CIA on that… BATFE could supply Them with weapons purchased in Arizona.
Cuba? You know the Cuban’s have always had their eye on South Beach. That could be fun to watch. If they do decide to take South Beach they’ll need a new prison… so throw in Gitmo.
There you go…
A Real Foreign Policy built on the Progressive Wisdom of French and German Intellectuals.
It requires very little effort and is extremely easy to implement. The World will finally like us!
With all the time We save we can dismantle everything else that works here at home..
What about Afghanistan you ask? Well… we should keep that. If that were an issue we would be hearing about it from the Anti-War crowd complete with pictures of caskets returning home, so clearly it’s OK to keep that running.
Does this all sound ridiculous?
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